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MSNBC
Nov 26, 2012 10:00pm PST
rich guys, rush limbaugh and bill o'reilly and big news. chris christie is running and later, think about this. who is more christ like? the brave defender of christmas or the actor writer director, is bill o'reilly or ricky gervais more christlike? tweet us your answer and it will be in tonight's rewrite. let's see if we can get one past the defense. hut! go! here it comes! right on the numbers! boom! get it! spin! oh, nice hands! chest bump. ugh! good job, man. nice! okay, halftime. now, this is my favorite play. oh! i'm wide open. oh, fumble. fumble. don't want to fumble any of these. [ male announcer ] share what you love, with who you love. kellogg's frosted flakes. it's up... and it's good! good?! they're grrreat! with his wife, danielle, almost every weekend. derrell hasn't been able to visit his mom back east in a long time. [ shirley ] things are sometimes a little tight around the house. i wasn't able to go to the wedding. [ emily jo ] since derrell couldn't get home, we decided to bring home to him and then just gave him a little bit of help finding his way. ♪ [ laughs
MSNBC
Nov 26, 2012 7:00pm PST
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MSNBC
Nov 7, 2012 7:00pm PST
be pushing back against the truth. bill o'reilly said the win went to the smartest team. >> if mitt romney had a guy as smart as david axelrod, the governor would be celebrating tonight. >> as of this hour, president obama has won 303 electoral college votes, and mitt romney has wovn 206. the only state has yet to call is florida. where president obama leads. he has won the popular vote. the 113th congress will be composed of a democratic majority in the senate with 53 democrats, a two seat increase, as well as 45 republicans and two independents. at least one of which will caucus with the democrats. in the house of representatives, returns will retain the majority. nbc news projects that once the votes are counted, republicans will hold 236 and democratics will hold 199 steets. nate silver, as reported here every night, correctly predicted the electoral outcome in all 50 states and the district of columbia, assuming florida tips towards president obama as it now appears it will. last night voters made history on the issue of same sex marriage, a marriage equalifity referendum has p
MSNBC
Nov 7, 2012 10:00pm EST
say that this victory is limited to the political genius of david axelrod as you showed bill o'reilly saying, or that barack obama is a good politician, which he is, but i think there's something more fundamental that happened yet yesterday. i think we came out of a period of american history where government was seriously discredited often for good reason for failures on foreign policy, regulating the financial markets and we had a president who came in and often in unpopular ways at first, basically said government has an important role to play in all of these markets, the insurance market, the car market, small business, tax reform and he went and did that when it was unpopular. and by the end of the race, we had a substantive debate about it. and what we see here i think is an endorsement of an obamaism. of an approach here that embracembrace s government to do things for people. >> all the political math we know says the president can't be re-elected with unemployment up near 8%. it cannot happen. it staes an extraordinary campaign to be able to do that. >> i think that is true. on the
FOX News
Nov 13, 2012 8:00pm EST
tomorrow night for "the fox report" and then bill o. >> the o'reilly factor is on. tonight. >> well, the president was certainly surprised when he was informed about the situation regarding general petraeus. he. >> bill: the general petraeus sex scandal getting bigger. now the top u.s. commander in afghanistan is also being scrutinized. we will have the very latest in this awful story. >> i know bill o'reilly feels like america has changed and it's no longer in the control of white power. >> bill: so now i'm david duke as the far left media runs wild after the re-election of president obama. we'll have a story that will make you furious. >> this country was founded by latin people. >> obama is reelected. >> yes. >> how exeighted are you. >> i would have left the country if he wasn't. >> jesse watters pays a visit to some far left folks. >> i know i'm talking to the enemy right now. >> don't hate me. >> i don't. >> i thought liberals wanted to embrace the other side. >> i don't think that's true at all. >> bill: we will show you what happened in the latest edition of watters world. cautio
Comedy Central
Nov 6, 2012 12:00pm PST
bill o'reilly will be discussing his book killing kennedy which i can only assume is a confession. let's get right to, it. we know this is a deeply divided nation, until last night when something brought all americans together in agreement. >> president obama took a shell acting. >> he was not properly prepared for this. >> the president didn't bring his a game. >> he was just so dull. >> he looked tired to me. >> romney won hands down. >> he was very, very bad last night. >> jon: there is no red america there is no blue america there is only the america that can't believe how bad this guy did in the debate. how bad was the defeat o bama lost despite mitt romney doing this. >> i'm sorry, i will stop the sub sid to pgs. i like big board, i like few, but i'm not going to keep on spending money on things to borrow money from china to pay for it. >> jon: mother [bleep] fired big board. america's favorite nonfried bird. he fired big board and won. beloved children's character. romney could have water boarded aladdin, put down blue, deported dora the explorer. and still won walking away
FOX News
Nov 26, 2012 5:00pm PST
mr. bill o'reilly. and here he is. >> bill: o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> ♪ the stars at night ♪ are big and bright ♪ deep in the heart of texas ♪ i wish they all could be california girls ♪ >> bill: a tale of two americans. texas and california. which is the better place to live and why? what is the vast difference between the two most populated states about america say? >> does do your parents ask you for money when you go back home? >> yes. >> does that ever work? >> i think it does work. >> you can't give people money and help them. >> tim allen criticizing the obama administration. is that a smart thing to do career-wise? adam corolla will have some thoughts. >> what's nascar all about? >> sunshine, palm trees everywhere. perfect place for a championship. >> watters world goes to the big nascar championship. >> do you guys ever watch bill o'reilly on the fox news channel. >> i thought bill o'reilly was on the food network. >> bill: we have revved up report. >> caution. you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: i'm bill o'reilly. tha
WHUT
Nov 7, 2012 6:00pm EST
smarts that people showed last night. >> i want to play a comment made by bill o'reilly being interviewed on fox news last night. >> so what is your sense of the evening? you look at the exit polls -- >> if mitt romney loses inhio , the president is reelected. >> how do you think we got to that point? president obama's approval ratings were so low, and this is a hypothetical, we do not even know who is winning never mind who won, but how do you think it got this tide? but the demographics are changing. it is not a traditional america anymore. there are 50% of the voting public who want stuff. they want things. who was going to give them things? president obama. he knows it and he ran on it. whereby 20 years ago, president obama would have been defeated by an establishment candidah like mitt romney. the white establishment is now the minority. the voters, many of them, feel the economic system is stacked against them and they want stuff. you'll see a tremendous hispanic vote for president obama. all for coming black vote for president obama. and women will probably break presid
FOX News
Nov 12, 2012 8:00pm EST
here for "the fox report" tomorrow night. right before mr. bill o'reilly. >> bill: the factor is on. tonight? >> we received no advanced notice. it was like a lightning bolt. >> bill: senators on the intelligence committee had no idea the fbi had discovered cia director petraeus in a compromising position. also, the situation was kept under wraps until after the election. we will have a full report about what this means for you. is the best country in the world. i liked it the way it was. it's not going to be that way anymore. >> bill: is dennis miller correct. is america finished as traditional country? i will give you some data so you can decide. also tonight, bernie goldberg, adam corolla. juan williams and mary katharineham. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. happy veterans day to all of how have served your country you are patriots. we have a power packed program four tonight. talking points memo will be in next segment. dennis miller thought that traditional america
FOX News
Nov 14, 2012 1:00am PST
latest in this awful story. >> i know bill o'reilly feels like america has changed and it's no longer in the control of white power. >> bill: so now i'm david duke as the far left media runs wild after the re-election of president obama. we'll have a story that will make you furious. >> this country was founded by latin people. >> obama is reelected. >> yes. >> how exeighted are you. >> i would have left the country if he wasn't. >> jesse watters pays a visit to some far left folks. >> i know i'm talking to the enemy right now. >> don't hate me. >> i don't. >> i thought liberals wanted to embrace the other side. >> i don't think that's true at all. >> bill: we will show you what happened in the latest edition of watters world. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the far left running wild. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. flush for president obama's victory last week. far left elements in america are pumping it up. today a number of leftists met with the pr
FOX News
Nov 13, 2012 1:00am PST
of time. bye. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on, tonight. >> it was like a lightning bolt. >> bill: senators on intelligence committee had no i'd yat fbi discovered krchl ia director petraeus in a compromising position. also, situation was kept under wraps until after the election. what this means for you. >> it's the best country in the world. i liked it the way it was. it's not going to be like that anymore. >> is dennis miller correct? is america finished as a traditional country? i'll give you some data so you can decide. also tonight bernie goldberg, adam corolla, juan williams and mary catherine hamm. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thafk us tonight. happy veterans day to you who have served your country. you're patriots. we have a power packed program for you tonight. talking points memo in the next segment about dennis miller's contention traditional america is gone forever, is that true? first, a top story tonight cia director david petraeus forced to resign after an extramarital affair this, san awful situation the fbi knew but kept under wraps until a
FOX News
Nov 14, 2012 5:00pm PST
for "studio b" and back here tomorrow night for "the fox report." whether mr. bill o'reilly likes it or not. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> on 9/11, as commander and chief, did you issue any orders to try to protect their lives? >> shepard: in his first presidential press conference since last march, mr. obama was finally asked about libya and he faced embarrassing questions about david petraeus. >> you can assure the american people that there have been no breaches of national security in the scandal involving generals petraeus and allen? >> bill: we'll analyze the presidential press conference today and what it means to you. >> i'm an honorary consul general so i have volumability. >> now it seems one of the women involved in the general petraeus sex candle may be a loon. we will have the latest on this story. >> miller will react to the press conference. and miller still have chick-fil-a on his mind. >> they say general tsou's chicken and i say i don't think so. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi i'm bill o'r
MSNBC
Nov 14, 2012 12:00am PST
bill o'reilly make his party's case. stay with us. >>> the petraeus files are getting thick and gets more bizarre. conservatives are deshed to make it into a full-blown obama administration scandal. it involving his successor in afghanistan, marine corps general john allen. they both have kexzs to jill kelly who does volunteer work with military families. kelley alerted a friend of hers at the fbi after receiving harassing e-mails. them call from paul broadwell, petraeus's biographer. they admitted to having an fair. that affair led to hez rez mags. they discovered potentially inappropriate communications between jill kelley of am tm pa and general allen. they reviewed 30,000 pages of documents including e-mails over the course of two years, but found no wrongdoing by general allen. the fbi turned it over to the pentagon, and the pentagon has ordered its own investigation. the married general allen denies an improper relationship with kelley. he's currently president obama's choice for supreme allied commander of nato forces in europe. that nomination is on hold. as nbc news reports
FOX News
Nov 14, 2012 8:00pm EST
this wednesday, november the 14th, 2012. for the journalists of fox news i'm shepard smith. we're back tomorrow, noon pacific, 3:00 eastern for "studio b" and back here tomorrow night for "the fox report." whether mr. bill o'reilly likes it or not. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> on 9/11, as commander and chief, did you issue any orders to try to protect their lives? >> shepard: in his first presidential press conference since last march, mr. obama was finally asked about libya and he faced embarrassing questions about david petraeus. >> you can assure the american people that there have been no breaches of national security in the scandal involving generals petraeus and allen? >> bill: we'll analyze the esidential press conference today and what it means to you. >> i'm an honorary consul general so i have volumability. >> now it seems one of the women involved in the general petraeus sex candle may be a loon. we will have the latest on this story. >> miller will react to the press conference. and miller still have chick-fil-a on his mind. >> they say general tsou's chicken and i say i don't think so. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the presidential press conference, that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. mostly a waste of time. as mr. obama did what he always does, provided long-winded answers to general questions. the first question from the white house press corps should have been very simple. exactly when were you told about general petraeus, mr. president? and why was this kept secret until after the election? simple. that's the kind of question that allows no wiggle room. instead, an associated press guy asked an opinion question rather than a fact question. allowing the president to dance. >> do you think that you, as commander and chief, and the american people should have been told that the cia chief was under investigation before the election? >> obviously, there is an ongoing investigation. i don't want to comment on the specifics of the investigation. the fbi has its own protocols in terms of how they proceed. and, you know, i'm going to let director muller and others examine those protocols and make some statements to the public generally. i do want to emphasize what i have said before, general petraeus had an extraordinary career. he served this country with great distinction in iraq, in afghanistan, and as head of the cia. by his own assessment, he did not meet the standards that he felt were necessary as the director of cia, with respect to this personal matter that he is now dealing with with his family and with his wife. and it's on that basis that he tendered his resignation and it's on that waives that -- bass that i accepted it. >> bill: i ran that long just to give you a flavor of what we had to sit through. when did you know about petraeus, mr. president? that doesn't impede on any investigation. it doesn't harm anybody. all it is is you telling the folks what happened. to you. to you. when did you know? with that answer we learned nothing, zero. the president falling back on the investigation, just like he has on the libyan situation. everything is under investigation. he can't possibly comment. the only journalists who remotely challenged that stonewall was fox news white house correspondent ed henry who asked this about libya: >> i wanted to ask about the families of these four americans who were killed sean smith's father ray says he believes his son basically called 911 for help and they didn't get it i know you say you grieve for these four americans, that it's being investigated but the families have been waiting for more than two months. so, i would like for you to address the families if you can on 9/11 as commander and chief, did you issue any orders to try to protect their lives? >> ed, you know, i will address the families not through the press. i will address the families directly as i already have and we will provide all the information that is available about what happened on that day. that's what the investigation is for. but as i said, repeatedly, if people don't think that we did everything we can to make sure that we saved the lives of folks who i sent there and who were carrying out missions on behalf of the united states, then you don't know how our defense department thinks or our state department thinks or our cia thinks. their number one priority obvious solid to protect american lives. >> bill: american lives were obviously not protected. after two months we still don't know why. the only thing and i mean the only thing the president would clarify was this: >> i can tell you that immediately upon finding out that our folks were in danger that my orders to my national security team were do whatever we need to do to make sure they are safe. and that's the same order that i would give any time that i see americas are in danger whether they are civilian or military because that's our number one priority. >> bill: but that doesn't ring true. if the president gave orders the american ambassador and the other americans should be helped, why weren't those orders obeyed? remember, no help arrived. so who exactly is responsible here? the president won't say because it's all under investigation and believe me, that investigation will be a long and winding road to, quote, paul mccartney. the rest of the press srches can business as usual. allowing the president to roam at well. ask about immigration reform and the latino vote. mr. obama answered that he appreciated all the latinos voting for him 71%. is he confident he can get immigration reform done. just like he was four years ago. the "new york times" asked the president about global warming. he said he is going to do everything he can to cool down this planet because our kids and grand kids deserve it or something. cbs news asked him if he would confer with mitt romney over some issues. the president said he might if he could find the time. now, if i'm the governor, i'm not changing any plans waiting for that call. in short, this was a very relaxed press conference because happy days are are indeed here again. >> christie parson. hey. >> thank you, mr. president. and congratulations, by the way. >> thanks. christie there in -- when i was running for state senate. >> that's right, i was. >> christie and i go back a ways. >> i have never seen you lose. >> bill: talking points pretty much has seen it all on the journalism front as i told you last night. the press in america sadly is in terrible shape. i don't understand why the president doesn't do these press srcheses all the time. he completely controls the room. only henry had him stammering. you know what i really think? i think barack obama doesn't respect the national press corps because he knows they love him. he uses them. but he doesn't think much of him. i could be wrong. summing up, i learned nothing from today's press conference. and it was kind of dull to boot. not a great way to spend an hour in america. that's the memo. next on the run down, reaction from powers, miller and our pentagon correspondent jennifer griffin. the factor will be right back. ♪ ♪ ♪ we're lucky, it's not every day you find a companion as loyal as a subaru. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. and i'm here to tell homeowners that are 62 and older about a great way to live a better retirement. it's called a reverse mortgage. 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what hour did you know? if he dose it's under investigation i can't tell you. i go oh phooey phooey. that doesn't impede on any investigation. it's a question between bill and barack? when did you know? what day? could you tell us that? and then what is he going to do then? oh, ---then he looks foolish if he doesn't say. he says well, i learned on thursday after the election. two days later. i say oh, that's interesting, thursday after the election. did any of your crew know before then? and if so, why didn't they tell you? oh, these -- this is how in journalism school when i went there in boston university that's how you ask a question. it's gone. that's why it's a total waste of time, kristen, am i wrong. >> i do think he was pushed a little harder than you are giving some of those journalists credit for. he was asked question about questions tall crif in the past, president obama, you caved to republicans in 2010 fiscal cliff when it came to the tax rates because you said we can't let the rates go up because it will hurt the economy. why should republicans in congress believe you are not going to cave now? >> bill: with all due respect to you, because that's not a bad point. it's such an easy dodge. he took 8 minutes to dodge it. >> he took a long time to dodge these things. >> bill: oh, well, you know, i had to do it back then because, you know, we had a bad economy. but now the mandate the folks want this and that. i'm not going to do it and i'm the greatest guy. you just don't get any information. >> you know follow up. economy so much better now that we now can afford the economic. >> bill: did you hear that follow up question, kristen? >> you didn't hear it because it wasn't asked. >> i would love to hear more follow-up that format didn't allow for it. >> bill: living and experiencing are two different things. all right? what we experienced as americans, all of us today, was one hour of nothingness, vast nothingness. now, powers convinced me i'm wrong. i'm ready to believe you. >> no. i mean, you are not wrong in terms the reporters. i think we did get some information that moved the story a little bit on benghazi but not because the reporters are doing a great job. you are hitting the exactly what the problem is that they don't do follow-up questions. and they need to actually, rather than having their little questions that they are ready to ask. they need to be able to act on their feet. so when the president says things like why are you picking on susan rice? do you think she san easy targets? you know, she didn't know anything about benghazi. the next person needs to set aside whatever question they had and say mr. president, i'm sorry why did you put her out there? if she didn't know anything, why did. >> bill: it doesn't happen. i was quite impressed with the global warming question. thats with a tough one. oh. oh. am i being too cynical here. >> i thought it was interesting obama pushed back too far to the left where he said i don't think that you can definitive can i say that hurricane sandy was definitely caused by global climate change. he pushed back on that one. i would have loved more questions about so what exactly do you propose to fix the entitlements that are going to bankrupt the country? i mean, these are the real problems that we are facing and got really no new information. >> bill: if you ask the president what he is going to cut, is he going to say all together it's under investigation. we are investigating every possible cut. you know, we'll tell you, eventually what's going to happen. ladies thank you very much. latest on petraeus sex scandal. things are getting weirder if you can believe it then, dennis miller has some thoughts on the president's presentation today as well. we are coming right back. where others fail, droid powers through. introducing the new droid razr maxx hd by motorola. now more than ever droid does. i took my son fishing every year. we had a great spot, not easy to find, but worth it. but with copd making it hard to breathe, i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function starting within five minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing better. and that means...fish on! symbicort is for copd including chronic bnchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day. symbirt may increase your risk of lung infections, osteoporosis, d some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking it. with copd, i thought i'd miss our family tradition. now symbicort significantly improves my lung function, starting within 5 minutes. and that makes a difference in my breathing. today, we're ready for whatever swims our way. ask your doctor about symbicort. i got my first prescription free. or click to learn more. [ male announcer ] if you can't afford your medication, astrazeneca may be able to help. >> bill: factor follow up segment tonight as we discuss president obama having to deal with the resignation of a cia chief david petraeus. to there are two women involved, one paula broadwell who is petraeus mistress and the other jill kelley who accused ms. broadwell of threatening her. well now it seems ms. kelley has some problems of her own. >> this is joe kelley. i have a guy who is in by back yard and he is not leaving. if you could send somebody out. >> who is this guy do you know? >> i don't know who he is i'm honor consul general i have involiability. i don't know if they should be able to cross my property. i don't know if you want to get indictment i can protection involved as well lvet but now because that's against the law to cross my property because this is now, like, you know, it's inviolable. >> no arrest. ms. kelly doesn't have any diplomatic immunity. south korea might have given her some kind of honorary title but it means nothing. joining us from the pentagon where all hell is leaking loose fox news correspondent jennifer griffin. i want to take it simple for people who are kind of confused. i have to admit that i am one of those people. you have a situation where the fbi, let's start with the fbi. they going into ms. broadwell, what's her name again? >> paula broadwell's. >> paula broadwell's house and taking out boxes of stuff. now there san accusation that she may have had national security stuff in there? what's that all about. >> remember, she a reservist with military intelligence. she lt. colonel. it's not clear whether she was activated. but she did have a clearance at one point. so, supposedly, she took classified documents. she took them from government facilities but she wasn't allowed to have them in her house. so they are looking at whether or not national security breaches. david petraeus was not responsible for giving her those documents. kelley and petraeus at this point is just a personal matter an embarrassing personal matter, that's all. no other national security implications. >> between broadwell, yeah. between paula broadwell and david petraeus, it's an affair, there are questions whether she could be charged under the uniform code of military justice if she was activated in her military status lt. colonel. >> bill: nothing more than a personal deal that they will have, to petraeus and broadwell will have to be held to account by the military. that's it. >> correct. >> bill: so far that's all we know. now we go over to the kelly woman who dropped the dime on broadwell said to the fbi hey this woman is sending me emails that i consider threatening, now we find out from the tampa police department that this woman kind of out there, right? >> just remember she didn't know who was sending her these threatening emails when this whole thing started. she is friends with the petraeus. she spent christmas with the petraeus. she went shopping with holly petraeus. she has been a long-time friend. she started this by telling her friend, who was an fbi agent. that she was getting threatening emails. he took it upon himself to start an investigation. and then it turns out he got obsessed with her. started sending her shirtless pictures of himself and taken off the case. at that point the fbi was involved and they started connecting the dots and they realized that those threatening emails came from dummy accounts set up by paula broadwell and they traced it back to her and in the process of looking at paula broadwell's email accounts they found petraeus. this is an unraveling -- >> bill: the general in charge of afghanistan is also emailing kelley, who is very busy now, getting shirtless things from the fbi agent and getting stuff from afghanistan that is flirty. i mean, and she has got somebody in her backyard. she is really busy woman this kelley. >> she is. and she had -- she had a special relationship. she was cultivating these four star generals down at centcom. we have just learned that she has had her base pass removed in the last few days because she is seen as a little bit unstable. but, she has been collecting these generals for quite some time. >> bill: okay. all right. now, let's pivot into something that's a lot more important although the petraeus resignation is tragedy for the country. when you are listening to the president at the press conference today, talking about libya, and then basically doing the same rope-a-dope, i can't say anything because of the investigation. what goes through your mind? what immediately struck me was that he said at one point now that the election is over, we can get to the bottom of what happened in benghazi. it's not clear what it had to do with an election or why we couldn't get to the bottom of this nine weeks ago or why this is the first press conference we have had where is he taking questions on benghazi when four americans have been killed. the other thing he said that struck me was that the -- that the military cia and state department responded immediately that he immediately gave oordz for them to do whatever it needed to to protect these americans there. now, what's interesting and what got lost in the whole petraeus affair last friday is that the pentagon finally after eight weeks of us asking, put out their military time line of how they responded in those initial minutes and hours. and what struck us is that for 50 minutes, 5-ominutes on an tuesday afternoon of september 11th when defense secretary panetta was probably here in the building and general dempsey the chairman of the joint chiefs were here they were not told about what was happening at the state department for 50 minutes. and then it took the military another 20 hours to send special operators to the base. they never made it to libya. 20 hours. >> bill: looks like the state department, again, is the one that didn't do what they was supposed to do. but, again, the president is not going to offer anything. until they -- look, what they want to do is set it up. if they need a straw man to blame it on, they will find one. that's what they're doing now. jennifer, keep us posted. we appreciate it very much. plenty more aheads the factor moves along this evening. dennis miller will have thoughts on the press conference today. there is a new chick-fil-a story he wants to mention. upcoming, the man who provides the voice of elmo accused of a heinous crime but it didn't happen. juliet huddy on the case and we hope you stay tuned to those reports. impact segment tonight. as you may know president obama largely won the election because hispanic american voters broke big for him by a whopping 71%. however, many republicans believe hispanics are not, not a liberal voling block. -- voting block. >> hispanics are in the inherently liberal. hispanics, you know, tight family, they have they're religious catholic, socially conservative, especially on brgs. these are a national constituency. they are a striving immigrant group and that is a natural conservative constituency. >> bill: joining us from washington to react is the democratic congressman luis gutierrez. so what do you think about charles' analysis that hispanic american voting block, obviously talking generally here could be persuaded to come into the republic party? what do you think about that? >> i think if you make -- charles makes an argument that has some truth to it. there are 52 million latinos in the united states. it's a little broader. i think you are reducing it to -- that they are more republic party. when they begin the conversation, they begin the conversation with self-deportation. they begin the conversation by embracing governor brewer of arizona and 1070. or they go to iowa and say well, you know, we control livestock with victoria's elect. maybe that's the way we should control immigrants on the border. when you begin a conversation like that, you don't hear very much else. >> okay. i thought that mitt romney's' statement during the primaries that the self-deportation is he wanted to do hurt him and i think you agree. that got a lot of currency in hispanic communities. it wasn't explained what that was all about. but here is something that i'm not sure about. do you think that most hispanic americans born in the u.s.a., not immigrants recent immigrants, born here, all right? want immigration controls? do they want to stop the mass influx across the southern border? do they want to stop it? >> first of all, as you and i have discussed before, we know that four out of every 10 undocumented immigrants don't cross that border. they come legally to the united states. and there are others that come through other avenues. so i think what the ones that are -- those of us like me that were born here in this country, i think what happens is that we see the other -- our fellow latinos as our cousins, brothers, grandparents, and so we see them as part of an extended family. i think what is simplistic about this is to try to make this clear distinction between latinos born in the united states and those who arrived from latin american countries. it just doesn't work that way. so what we have is, we have, for example, 4 million american citizen children, papers don't have papers. we have hundreds of thousands of american citizens, husbands, whose wives don't have papers. and, in other words, it's a very mixed community. >> bill: the reason i bring this up is, there is never going to be an acceptance of the republic party by hispanics who want open immigration, everybody comes. all right? because the republic party is never going to do that. >> but that's not -- okay. but you and i, bill, you and i both know i can come over to new york, we can have lunch and given our previous conversations, and statements that you have made about immigration policy, we can figure this out. restore our borders. >> bill: you definitely can do it. >> without opening them up. >> bill: i want to know if most hispanic americans are going to support it what's it's going to entail is a very strict border. they are going to have to have can't come here unless you go through the process. the people already here, i agree with you. that can be dealt with. but you cannot have a lenient like border. i don't know if most americans are going to support that. >> no. they won't. america won't support that that cannot be the foundation upon which we fix our broken immigration system. the foundation upon which we fix our immigration system is exactly what you alouded to. it's finding a way. listen,. >> what about stopping future immigration? that's the key. >> i think it is critical and essential. and so when i, with -- in 2004, introduced comprehensive immigration reform. remember kennedy and mccain, the first 600 of 800 pages was enforcement and securing the border. you cannot -- >> bill: the president promised it would today but he promised it four years ago and it didn't happen. if that guess in the republic party is going to be in a better place to try to persuade some hispanics. remember, 45% of hispanic americans voted for president bush. >> and you want to know something? if the same number of hispanics voted for romney, had voted -- that voted for mccain had voted for romney, we might be having a different conversation. the fact is i have many republic colleagues, good men and women because we have good americans on both sides of the aisle. you know what they have been telling me they say luis, let's take this off the table once and for all or or you are going to run the tables on us. we understand that you know what? whether you are doing it for political purposes so that your party can have a future or you are doing it as i and others because it makes america a better more decent place to live, let's get it done. >> bill: let's get it done. i'm with you. i don't think the mccain thing. mccain got -- obama got 67%. latino only 4 points up with romney. i don't think that would have done it. if they could have gotten it to 60/40 then mitt romney would have been president. congressman, always a pleasure. >> absolutely bush did it. >> bill: when we come right back, it will be miller time. the president's press conference. can traditional america come back? chick-fil-a update. miller is next. >> bill: thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly. in the miller time segment tonight, let's get right to the sage of southern california, joins us now from santa barbara. so, miller, presidential press conference, i know that was a huge event for you, correct? >> first off, who was the guy right before me? was that congressman f. murray abraham or who was that talking about immigration? >> bill: louis gutierrez illinois. >> they had the sound down down here he looked angry. you must have said can we check people in at the border? did that get him riled up? >> bill: the congressman is a very good guy. we agree on most the stuff. >> the best. listen, i didn't watch the press conference because i wanted to see a crowd that was less fawning so i watched the justin bieber concert over on nick teens, -- tunes. >> they were pretty accommodating to the president today. our guy ed henry is the best. henry gave him a little jazz. that was it everybody else was -- look how well turned out they are, miller. look how well scrubbed they are. >> the ones who aren't wearing red are red faced about embarrassment about how they rolled for this guy. ed henry is about to be gang audited. i get it i'm sort of shrugging too. i feel like deep throat in the parking garage talking about obama. you will get nothing from me on hold man. if this country is going to peter selders the mouse that roared and dive to the bottom i'm not going to be the one turning out the lights. i get it i will get my mind right because i'm not going to buddy breathe with john boehner. you never know when he goes from lee marvin to tammy and starts sobbing openly. i'm not going to be the last guy stuck with this. i get it the country has changed. i'm all reporting for duty, sir. >> bill: so now you are going to tell me that you, dennis miller, are now giving up and are going to get in lock step with the secular progressives? >> have you ever seen the movie invasion of the body snatchers. go dead eye so they don't get hassled? that's me, man. [ laughter ] i got my -- i got my own thoughts when i'm out on the sidewalk dodging the sea pods. you are going to see this look. all right? that's exactly what you are going to see. billy, you think is a glitch. i think is a sea change. i don't think this comes back during my lifetime. i do think it comes back in the same way an alcoholic who has a brush with mortality will eventually come back. somebody will have a stroke or somebody will almost croak from alcohol will poisoning fiscally but maybe then we pull it back. this thing is not edging back. the inmates are now subletting the asylum. >> bill: it's going to take people to wake people up. the market down another 200 points today almost. you are seeing the guys who control the currency the big boys sending a signal that they are not confident that this is going to be working out for the next four years. so that's why i say i wouldn't, you know, throw the old proverbial baby out with the baath water. i understand the pod reference and i will practice my glassy eye look like this. i will practice i may need it. traditional forces are going to gather and they are going to come back. >> not for along time. these are the times that try men souls that fail to test their mettle. that dow jones going down. this thing isn't going to fix itself until a check doesn't go out to somebody. and then this country is going to make greece look like the triple a pocket tuck team because over there when they throw a molotov cocktail they throw like kids raised in a soccer country. our kids know how to kick the cut off. when they get cut off. >> bill: i was in the l.a. riots right in the middle of them and i saw what can happen in america when things get out of control. firsthand up close and personal. all right now chick-fil-a, have you been following this story and on -- it's associated with the gay marriage situation which is all going the way that the gays want it to go at this point. but what's going on with chick-fil-a? >> once again, i'm going to fain some intelligence on this but i could care less. if i want to go out for lunch and munch a piece of clubber i have got to wonder if the guy in the front office is a breast man or a wing man. i'm not going to do it. i'm not going to play the game where i have to worry about indians calling victoria secret and asking them for an apology because a chick in a head dress came out in a bikini and all they saw was the head dress. that's where america wants to go, fine. i'm still watching victoria secret shows for bikinis or lingerie to buy my wife. and if we have gone from calling golden hair general custer to candace swan pool then the whole country is lost at this point. >> bill: how do you explain this? in a recent survey chick-fil-a was voted america's number one chicken chain. >> it tastes good. >> bill: oh. [ laughter ] anybody remember eating chicken because it tasted good? what happened? >> i don't know. remaining ones for me. logo old plantation owner nobody is down on that. what the hell happened? >> bill: come on, the colonel, how was he harvesting? >> next to gutierrez, the colonel is the greatest guy who ever lived. >> dennis miller, everybody. if you see him in the street, do not speak to him pod people reference. the d man would like to you know about a tremendous christmas gift. the bolder fresher dvd available on bill o'reilly got come. can't get us to see us in person that fills in the black right there. you like it? see like it. the only show not sold out. on deck, hell mow, not happy about what happened to his voice guy this week. got pretty naftdy. the factor tip of the day. outrageous statement from far left director oliver stone. you have got to hear this. we'll be right back. having you ship my gifts couldn't be easier. well, having a ton of locations doesn't hurt. and my daughter loves the santa. oh, ah sir. that is a customer. let's not tell mom. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. fedex office. because helps you keep doing what you love. no wonder it's america's #1 selling pain reliever. you took action, you took advil®. and we thank you. >> bill: back of the book segment tonight, did you see that we begin with paula broadwell who i mispronounced earlier in the program. she is of course the mistress of david petraeus or was. last february, ms. broadwell was interviewed on a web site about the general. >> when i realized the opportunity i had to tell this message to present this portrait of strategic leadership, you know, it's not a -- biography i'm not in love with david petraeus. role model for executives, men and women. there is a great role model there who is values oriented, who speaks the truth to power. >> bill: so what about the fireplace behind? >> very romantic. talk about hagueography. >> did that guy actually say anything? >> he did actually -- like the real housewives of afghanistan. it's so crazy. jill kelley and her sister natalie the twin and then this one. so this guy is arthur cade. he does a celebrity web site. he basically asked her what was petraeus' reaction to the book. why she gets into saying what she just said. >> bill: she wrote a book about the general and that's why she met him and had access to him. she is promoting the book with this guy on the web site. >> a book roundly criticized by some, jon stewart, for instance, for being a linization of him. that's why she said hagueography study of saints. i'm not in love with him. interesting. nobody asked her if she was in love with him. perhaps guilty conscious. >> bill: you like this story. >> i'm fascinated by this story. i like the tampa woman, jill kelley. she fascinates me. >> bill: called 911 and commanded that the guy. >> ambassador, think she's is an ambassador. this is a very strake little thing. this woman, she is, you know, tampa is the hot bed of social activity but i guess she is the queen bedown there. it's fun to watch. >> bill: shear is a serious story. we did not report this story when it first happened because didn't really add up. there is a guy named kevin clash. he works for pbs. he is the voice of elmo. he was accused of a very terrible thing. here is an interview with the guy, go. >> sesame street. elmo's friends around the world. we're on the road all the time. [sigh] >> why you work elmo so hard, mr. kevin. >> elmo we love what we're are doing. this is the best job that i could ever dream of. i mean, it's been phenomenal. it's been amazing to be able to be on a show that teaches some kids around the world and one thing that i love is being able to go out to hospitals and meet and greet kids with their favorite friend and i mean i have been very, very blessed with this little red monster. >> bill: unfortunately somebody accused him, right? >> a 23-year-old accused him of having -- they had an affair. this 23-year-old says when the 23-year-old was 16. since this came out on sunday, the 23-year-old has since recanted according to his lawyers. the sexual relationship with mr. clash was an adult consensual relationship. i'm hearing now that tmz is reporting that tmz, the celebrity gossip web site is reporting that there are both sides are having some sort of settlement talks. but it's not a six figure settlement talk. it's not clear is it a settlement talk. >> bill: who is paying who? the guy slandered this guy clash in a terrible way. the problem with these stories, ladies and gentlemen, you know, this huddy, is that when anything happens, it's all already over the web site and the world. just the accusation is what stays in people's minds. >> it's a cloud going to be hanging over this man forever. >> bill: this man has to go through. this nobody knows what happened. if the guy did something is like that criminally charged. no statute of limitations on the thing. >> if he would have gone to the police he could be criminally charged for lying to police. he went to the sesame street and workshop. >> bill: he tried to extort money from them. >> in my opinion that's. >> bill: this poor guy clash i don't know what happened that's why we didn't report it because i'm getting tired of this kind of stuff because you could smear anybody you want in the world on the internet. nobody can stop it it's just way out of control. anyway, if anything develops on this that's important we will let you know. otherwise, we will drop it. okay? you can continue watching the petraeus situation. >> you know, i feel badly for the wives and husbands. >> bill: i feel bad for the country. the guys. >> i left that part out, i agree with you. >> bill: that's ohio feel sorry for. tip of the day. outrange just situation on the cbs morning program. the tip 60 seconds away. where others fail, droid powers through. introducing the new droid razr maxx hd by motorola. now more than ever droid does. i'm thinking about upgrading... finally! jonathan was fine when you were in your 20s, but he's not right for you. good-bye jonathan and his creepy little girl hands. i meant... 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it is today they have added two states to the itinerary ohio and pennsylvania. that was after a big step by mitt romney in new hampshire. it was a huge crowd in manchest manchester. it is where the romney campaign took off. romney is vowing to deliver if in fact the state helped make him the next president. >>> you see accomplishing real change is not something i just talk about it is something i have done. one i will do when i am president of the united states. >> this last minute schedule change could really be the pivot point. he is hoping to unite the country with the swing state voters that that may still be on the fence. >> many of you in new hampshire look at the challenges we face as a nation not first as a republican or a democrat but as an american. you watched what happened in this country in the last four years with independent view. you hope that president obama would live up to his promise to bring people together. this solto solve the big proble. he hasn't, i will. >> the romney campaigning until the very end today is going to be a very long night. especially if this is any indication. >> doug luzader live in washington. thanks. >>> it is all about getting that magic number of 270 electoral votes. president obama and mitt romney both know just one state could make or break their campaign. ainsley earhardt talks about what state will decide it all. >> every vote counts especially in this state. both campaigns will be focused on a handful of states. the first state all eyes will be on is virginia. 14 states in virginia. president owe bam bhauz the only democrat to win since 1980. the race is a dead heat. next north carolina polls close at 7:30 p.m. president obama hasn't campaign there had in weeks. ohio, no republican has ever won the presidency without winning ohio. the biggest prize among the swing states 29 votes. the 2000 recount is still a vif individual memory. romney has a small lead there demonstrating how close this campaign is. there are just four votes at stake in new hampshire. both spending time there during the home stretch. one possible wild card, pennsylvania. if mitt romney wins it's 20 votes it could be difficult for president obama to make up ground. he had a late surge in the polls and will head there today. four key states close at 9:00 p.m. that includes paul ryan from the state of wisconsin. ten votes there it has gone democratic since 88. 2000 and 2004 were decided by less than half a percentage point. president obama won colorado four years ago but mitt romney has it there. polls close in minnesota and in michigan at 9. in iowa democratic in five of the last elections. mitt romney scored endorsements from all 4 major newspapers there. nevada both close at 10:00. the president has a small but steady lead there. as the numbers are coming in maybe you can help determine who is going to win. >>> how will they resinate with viewers? >> the two closing arguments i would rather be making the type of one that romney is making than the one that president obama is making. the president is burdened by a record he has basically not done what he said he would do. that is a huge problem for him. so necessarily there is a larger component to dump it on the other guy in his closing argument than it is in romney. romney talking about hope and change. that's what obama said four years ago. that's a more uplifting final argument to make. romney looks happier and comfortable with himself making it. the president seems a little weary a little horse and glad to have this over with. i think that's what romney is doing and saying may be a little more attractive. >> if the president does lose reelection what would be the reason? bill o'reilly has his take on that a little bit lart. >> it is time to brew on this. here's our question. what is driving you to the polls today. >> send us your comments. you can send them over to us, tweet them to us at fox friend first or shoot us an e-mail@foxfriendsfirst@foxnews. com. we will read them late ner the show. always love goading those. the time now is 9 minutes after the hour. two different candidates two very different tones. >> don't boo, vote. vote. voting is the best revenge. >> i have the americask the per to vote for love of country. >> what will resinate with voters? our political panel is here to weigh in. >> candidates spent a year trying to on vince vot-- convin voters they are the ones to pick. bill o'reilly weighs in. >> when you make your choice, part of wha you are choosing is trust. >> we can begin a better tomorrow tomorrow. with the help of the people in florida that's exactly what is going to happen. >> it's the moment of truth, election day. in florida a record setting information of people flock to the voteling. we are live from a polling station at the university of central florida. hi, ray. >> that's right. all eyes will be here in central florida. a whole bunch of people are expected to come out here in the ucs arena. the long lines and people that came out to vote there are longer lines today. the poerls opened in florida about two hours from now. we know with this particular polling spot there were a lot of problems during the 2008 presidential election. the county didn't have enough staff members and extra polling staff had to be brought here to accommodate the massive crowds. we understand students waited as long as 5 and a half hours in order to cast their ballots. of course florida is important. president obama was supposed to speak here at the campus to rally democratic supporters but had to cancel that event because of hurricane sandy. but we know a lot of students are expected to vote here. ucf campus is the second largest campus in the country. we know in the 2008 presidential election 23 million young people voted during that election. we will wait to see the numbers of how many young people vote in this presidential election. the uccucc -- we are live outsi ucf campus. >> thank you so much live in orlando. >>> the candidates they have spent over a year making their case to the american people. comb bill o'reilly talks about in giving his analalysis. >> if president obama loses the election it would be because he could not convince america that his big government philosophy would improve the economy. even though mr. obama has that trouble in other areas like libya it is the economy that has made this election a struggle for him. the cold truth is, the president has not improved the american economy. if you were voting just on that you will vote against him. >> if mitt romney loses it will be because he did not get his message out. over the past three weeks of the campaign the governor has played it very cautious. he did a few meaningful interviews relying on local campaigning in key states to put him over the top. they do not endorse political candidates believing you are smart enough to know who afor w you want to vote. it is my job to look out for the country so i will be blunt. voting for obama can be risky. he was not concerned about the debt and did not cut government spending very much. >>> for all of your election coverage our special coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. eastern time tonight. the time now is 16 after the top of the hour. coming up two different candidates, two very different tones. >> don't boo, vote. vote. voting is the best revenge. >> i ask the american people to vote for love of country. >> so what will resinate with voters? 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(booing) >> no, no, don't boo, vote. vote. voting is the best revenge. >> president obama asked supporters to vote for revenge. (booing) >> for revenge. i ask the american people to vote for love of country. >> so what will resinate with voters? let's ask fox news contributor san tina jackson and the former deputy assistant to george w. bush. was the revenge comment a mistake by the president? >> i think that it was miss chafshth ris characterized. living well is the best revenge. voting well is the best you can do to display your feelings about where you want the country to go. as i talk to the people who were voting they didn't want revenge they wanted to avenge the vote and change the negativity but in the past four years. >> patti ann revenge is not the word of a winner. revenge is the word of a loser. look at the contrast between the way president obama ended the campaign and how romney ended the campaign on a hopeful positive note. the best things in america are heyed of us. if we change the direction we are going in. i think voters have to post the election. am i better off today than i was four years ago. is romney or obama the right person to take america to where we need to be? i happen believe romney had the best positive message tore change. >> 87 percent of the ads this election cycle have been negative. people say they hate them but the polls show they are effective. do they turn people off or do they work? >> it is not a healthy thing spiritually. i think at the end of the day americans want to move in a positive direction. we are moving in a positive direction. what did not happen four years ago was a positive -- well an accurate description of where we really were. we were really in the midst of the great depression. we were losing 365,000 a month. we are adding jobs, now should we be adding more? y. it took fdr a lot. >> can they ignore them and keep a positive message. >> surrogates fight back against negative campaigning. he hasn't taken the base that the president and surrogates have delivered for us. he has taken the high road. leadership requires us to look forward not look back. the president has made president bush the excuse for the entire presidency. he had the answer for anything for america. sadly he had none. if it wasn't for bad news he wasn't have made bad news on the economy and immigration and debt. >> thank you both so much for joining us on this election morning. >> get out and vote. >> the time 26 minutes after the hour. ann coulter says there's one reason why mitt romney is going to win she says. >> most of all everyone sees obama care coming down the track. that is the end of america. >> we are going to have more from her when we come back. also the polls are not open but there are already reports of voter fraud even in key swing states. we will take a look next. change engineering in dubai, aluminum production in south africa, and the aerospace industry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. campbell's has 24 new soups that will make it drop over, and over again. ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, to creamy gouda bisque. see what's new from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. morning because my back hurt so bad. the sleep number bed conforms to you. i wake up in the morning with no back pain. do you toss and turn? wake up with back pain? if so, call us now. you'll learn how the sleep number bed helps relieve back pain by allowing you to adjust the firmness and support to conform to your body for a more proper spinal alignment. just look at this research... ® 93% of participants experienced back-pain relief. plus it's a great value because it costs about the same an innerspring yet lasts twice as long. so if you want to sleep better or find relief for your bad back, call now. call the number on your screen for your free information kit with dvd brochure and price list. call now and we'll include a free $50 savings card. call now for your free information and this free $50 savings card. call now! 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watching f"fox & friends first". >> voters will start heading across the polls. they open polling places at 6:00 a.m. eastern time. they are voting 30 minutes after that. one of those the key swing states ohio. >> the candidates we start with brand new video into the fox newsroom of president obama and the first lady arriving in chicago. kelly wright has all of the details. >>> as the president heads to election day this is it for president obama. with that in mind he asked the american people to trust him. the president made his final campaign speech as a candidate where his journey to the white house got a big push four years ago in iowa. after first lady michelle obama spoke to a crowd he gave her a long embrace. meantime the boss bruce springsteen performed a song that captured the president's theme of moving the country forward. in his remarks the president said he has more work to do to deliver the home and change he campaigned on four years ago. >> oo we have made real progress the past four years. remember here tonight because we have more work to do. we are not done yet on this journey. we have got more roads to travel. as long as there was a single american who lost jobs an can't find one or work isn't done. >> the president told voters his reelection is out of his hands now. that is up to the american people to decide if he will serve four more years. they made campaign rallies making earlier stops in wisconsin and ohio key battle ground state before making his final closing argument in iowa. >> after all of the months of campaigning, after all of the rallies, after the millions of dollars of ads, it all comes down to you. it is out of my hands now. it is in yours. all of it depends on what you do. >> you heard me mention some of the key battle ground states including ohio, iowa and wisconsin. in those particular states now the president appears to have a slight edge. as of today the president will spend election day in the home town of chicago. he is expected to appeal to voters in a satellite interview. he hopes to play a game of basketball as he did on election day four years ago. >> kelly wright, live in washington. thank you. >> mitt romney won't quit. while president obama will be off the trail today governor romney is attending the final hours of his campaign to reach as many voters as possible. >> before we get to our live report from doug luzader ann coulter is already making an election prediction saying mitt romney will win the election and here is why. >> people are really suffering out there. people are unemployed or under employed, 23 million unemployed. and most of all everyone sees obama care coming down the track. that is really -- that's the end of america. if we don't return that in the next few years it's a pathetic western air country without the charming cobble stone streets and without america out there to protect us. kierding to obama's treasury his own treasury secretary geithner 2009 report says our programs medicare medicaid social security plus interest on the national debt within 10 years we will consume 92 percent of the federal budget. that's $0.08 leftover of every federal dollar to pay for the entire military, for food safety. >> time to get your election day forecast with maria molina. see what people will be facing as they head out to the polls today. maria? >> good to see you. good morning everyone. good news across the country. we are expecting rel it ha rela quiet weather. through the northeast it's a cold morning wide temperatures across the 40s. lingering in new york city. across parts of wisconsin invest a quick moving disturb stance that will introduce rainshowers. it is holding up where snow showers will be mixing in on that as well. otherwise an yar you have low pressure will produce showers and thunderstorms. it does go down into portions of northern florida. otherwise those quiet temperatures in the 70s and 60s. big story is a nor' easter we are expecting wednesday into thursday. eventually tracking up the coast strengthening and what we do know is we are lacking at strong wind gusts for portions of massachusetts and down into parts of delaware with gusts up to 60 miles per hour. the exact track of the storm will determine what makes it. the forecast model is keeping storms further offshore bhiens it could be holding up for snow through parts of new hampshire and delaware. we will keep you posted of course looks like rain mixed with snow along the i 95 corridor. >> thank you maria molina. we appreciate it. >> now back to mitt romney and friends today. doug luzader live in washington with more for us. >> tough landscape for both of these guys. which states do you phit for th obama campaign. it is none of them. they have essentially stopped campaigning at this point. mitt romney added two states to the schedule today. ohio and pennsylvania. these are going to be critical states. they will be watching very closely. especially after the polls close and start getting results coming in. yesterday the romney campaign wraps things up in new hampshire. four electoral votes is going to be a tight race up there as well. it is where it all began for the romney campaign. so many months ago mitt romney announced his candidacy there. last nitrogen he asked the state for their support. >> if there is any one worried that the last four years are the best they can do if there is any one who feels the american dream is fading away. if there is any one who wonders if better jobs and better paychecks are a things of the past, i have a clear unequivocal message. with the right leadership america is going to come roaring back. >> and the romney campaign thinks they are going to do pretty well in new hampshire again four electoral votes up for grabs there. it could end up being very, very important. with voters heading to the poems in other states this morning romney is making a passionate plea for americans to stand with him to usher in a new direction. >> we have gone many long days and short nights and now we are close. the door to a briert future is there, it is open, it's waiting for us. i need your vote. mid your -- i need your help. walk with me. walk together. tomorrow we begin a new tomorrow. god bless you. >> we talked about mitt romney adding these two new pier rances today in ohio and pennsylvania. his running mate paul ryan will vote in wisconsin before heading to ohio and virginia. they will both wind up in massachusetts tonight in boston to watch all of the returns come in. >>> doug luzader in washington thank you. >> being able to vote in a free election is a wonderful privilege in this country. everyone can get out and do it. not everyone is playing fair at the polls. there is already reports of multiple voter fraud problems across the country including in the key state of ohio. eric shawn has more from there. >>> heather and patti ann while millions went to the polls there are concerns about possible 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maybe we can hit 10 million mark because this is the opportunity for kids to get christmas presents and have a happy christmas. merry christmas. keep it here on fox news channel. we'll see you on gretawire in five seconds. good night from washington, d.c.. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on, tonight. >> it was like a lightning bolt. >> bill: senators on intelligence committee had no i'd yat fbi discovered krchl ia director petraeus in a compromising position. also, situation was kept under wraps until after the election. what this means for you. >> it's the best country in the world. i liked it the way it was. it's not going to be like that anymore. >> is dennis miller correct? is america finished as a traditional country? i'll give you some data so you can decide. also tonight bernie goldberg, adam corolla, juan williams and mary catherine hamm. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thafk us tonight. happy veterans day to you who have served your country. you're patriots. we have a power packed program for you tonight. talking points memo in the next segment about dennis miller's contention traditional america is gone forever, is that true? first, a top story tonight cia director david petraeus forced to resign after an extramarital affair this, san awful situation the fbi knew but kept under wraps until after the presidential vote. not even senators on the intelligence committee knew what is going on. >> we receive nod advanced notice. it was like a lightning bolt the way i found out. i came back to washington thursday night, friday morning, the staff director told me there were calls from press about this. i called david petraeus. as a matter of fact i had had an appointment with him at 3:00 that afternoon. that was cancelled. >> bill: what does this story mean for you? joining us now from washington is lieutenant colonel ralph peters. what is the important part of the story? >> the important part is that it appears the white house is lying again just as it was lying about benghazi. the key here, detail is the time line. who knew what? when? now it's emerged contemporary to details attorney general holder did know months ago about the investigation. it's strange to believe that eric holder did not tell his good friend, the president that there could be a breaking sex scandal with the cia director. >> bill: let me stop you there. you make an explosive charge at the top. the white house lying from what i understand, the fbi does not comment publicly. that is who the investigative agency is in this case on anything until reaching a conclusion. they don't say i'm investigating o'reilly for tax fraud or whatever it may be until reaching the stage where interest tl is enough to present what. is the white house lying about? >> i think about the i'd yat president didn't know until clapper and petraeus tell him. that is just -- you can't believe that. you can't believe the attorney general won't warn the president. >> bill: i am not defending president obama. he having a press conference on wednesday so obviously this is going to be huge. i hope libya is, too. i'm not sure they're lying about anything at this juncture. >> let me lay it out for you. >> bill: what? >> this is beautifully engineered. to make sure the president was unstained by all of this that he can say i didn't know anything but gee dave, thanks for your service, bye bye. so though we know eric holder knew, the attorney general, he did not tell the one man who needed to be hold. i'm talking about crammer. he didn't tell the director of national intelligence about that. petraeus's boss. he's the guy that needed to know. why didn't they tell clapper? he's got a lot resting there. he knows he has to keep intelligence system clean. he would have insisted that petraeus go immediately that. would have been a distraction during the campaign. >> if i'm the president, as soon as i learn my cia chief is under investigation for a compromising situation, it's not just after yairks computer was used by people. i have him take a leave of ab yens. while the investigation is underway. that is what i do as president. >> i would fire him immediately. >> bill: without proof? >> he don't think that would be fair. >> one thing had the e mails sh, look. >> bill: once they had evidence, then, certainly what. you're saying is that they kept this buried until after the election? fearing any revelation may have hurt the president? >> yes. how cynical to tell the director of national intelligence bit late on election day. and if this is just -- . >> i'm not going to comment on that. >> it's handled cynically. >> bill: i'll tep sep that. >> i'm sure petraeus didn't know what hit him. let me be clear with petraeus. what i am saying is when you're head of the cia, set yourself up as a paragone of virtue, enforce general order number one... maybe then, if you're the responsible... don't return the calls. different to that, today. i don't think there is anybody in the united states... that petraeus, as able as he is, should have stated. you can't do that. it means it's watching, all right? you've got a cia director. and so he's caught up in this deal. you know dwight eyesen hower had affairs, and jfk. i don't know how the guy stood up. then, you had clinton and all of this stuff so... >> cia director are special folks.. >> what it means is that in my analysis, white house is lying to american people yet again. i think they're getting cold feet about petraeus testifying under oath what he might say and it was all about the video. he knew better so they're worried about petraeus on the hill this week. poet trayus seen as a potential presidential or vice presidential candidate. they just nailed this guy. now, leaked sexy e mails driving nails in the coffin. everybody stinks in this one, bill. >> thank you. ahead dennis miller says traditional america is gone, vaporized by the vote. but is that true? 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(blowing sou) ask your doctor about spiriva. >> bill: is traditional america gone for good? emotions running high after last week's presidential vote. many supported mitt romney feel betrayed and interest there is anger, as well as sadness in the air. my pal, dennis miller believes traditional america is gone, for good. >> doi think i'll ever see it go back to my lifetime the other way? no. i think this is it. i think it's the america i saw from 18-58. no. i don't. is that the end of the world? no. it's not like i was in a shower this morning and found found a lump in my armpit. i've got a great life but i'm just saying it's not the america i've grown comfortable with. >> bill: i'm giving miller election day a lot of thought. i disagree with him. i believe traditional america can come back but it will take a special person to make that happen. let's take a look at what happened six days ago. president obama received 62 million vote. 11% less than in 2008. he's slipping in popularity. mitt romney ended up with 3.3 million fewer votes than the president but romney got 2% fewer votes than john mccain. by any measure a poor performance for governor romney. mccain was run fwhoog a recession. it's more about romney's failure to build on mccain's votes than obama doing anything. mr. obama won the woman vote. blacks and asians but waits the hispanic vote that really nailed romney. 71% of la teen yoz voted for the president. that is the difference in florida, virginia, colorado, nevada. other states as well. romney took white males and independents by a significant margin but when you bunch it up, it was an entitlement vote this year, american families earning less than $30,000 a year broke big for the president. 62% to 35. it was clear left wing ideology did not win the day for barack obama. big spending on federal programs did. that is the key. because many in the media would have us believe liberal ideology was confirm bid this election. it was not. however, however, secularism is certainly eroding traditional power, those americans attend religious services voted for romney 59%39%. problem is church going is on the decline. here is an example. despite controversial insis stens some catholic entities provide birth control and after pillses, but only 30% of american catholics now attend weekly mass. you can see impact of creeping secularism on the religious vote. on paper stats look hopeless for traditional americans but they can be reversed. however, it will take a special politician to do that. the president is the poster guy for this secular pro gregsive move many. the key question is the good for americans? the answer is no. three vivid examples. secular progressives no judgment about personal behavior are allowed. public school system has adopted that philosophy now wreaking havoc on american society. in 2010 about 41% of american babies were born out of wedlock, up eight points since 2000. up an astounding 23% points since 1981. babies born to unmarried women drive poverty. every study shows that. american minority groups are affected. in to 10, 73% of black babies were born outside of marriage. 53 hispanic babies were. 29% for white people. but the cycle continues, pine tis more affected by poverty because of the traditional family unit has broken down in those areas and rather than trying to reverse that, secular progressives want more entitlement spending. nothing about changing libertine attitudes. on the abortion front rather than trying to discourage taking lives of millions of fetuses they have created a war on women, scream sog called reproductive rights are under assault. abortion excel yuts want the procedure on demand, and are opposed to even counseling before this life ending procedure. it should be diskurnled because human dna is present on conception. thus it becomes a human rights issue. ask your sthefl question. should america be a country where potential human life and undeniable fact after kons yepgs is terminated for convenience? for convenience? that is the kind of country we want want? the federal government is going demand citizens who oppose abortion pay for it? two states, washington and colorado voted to legalize pot. here is the grim stats n 2008 teen-age pot use up 40%, heavy use for teens increased 80%. states that have lenient medical marijuana laws driving those stats. why? because legalizing pot sends a message that it's fine to use it. getting the drug at the corner pot shop makes it available to anyone. ask any drug counselor here she will tell you once a child is introduced to intoxicants the child's life changes for the worst. some may not become substance involved but millions will. do we want to encourage that? sps don't care about addiction. they don't want judgments. want to smoke dug drugs? fine. want to abort a fetus, we'll drive tout clinic. want to have a kid when you're 16? no problem, we'll support you. did mitt romney spell that out what the progressive movement is all about? how the president enable that's? romney would not have lost 71% of the hispanic vote, i can tell you. i believe majority of americans can be persuaded the far left is a dangerous option. bent on destroying traditional america and replacing it with a social free fire zone driving depen densey and poverty. be the people need to be confronted with reality of our situation. but so many of our politicians are cowardly. the truth is rarely perfect. tonight you heard it. maybe four years from now what is at stake at america, finally will be heard, loud and clear. that is the memo. next on the run down, juan and mary catherine will react and the factor will be right back. 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>> i think we've reached a turning point of sorts. that doesn't mean folk who's believe what romney believes or right of center many people till -- still dochl i think you're correct that it takes a special person. i think it took a special person in barack obama to bring the left to where it is now. i'm frankly surprised it got here, it will take someone who takes this message in a smart way where you're not demonizing anyone. and i reject the notion i, or anyone else is doing that. have you to cross these cultural barrier asks talk in a way that is smart and reach folks. >> and have to talk in a way that challenges them. most hispanic americans are catholic, family oriented and tradition in the precincts. yet, they rejected all that have. >> why do you think that? >> because if you looked at democratic convention, you and saw all of the abortion zealots up there, and depen densey, big government programs, you couldn't say this is the pro-family party. >> of course you do. you can say that. if you want to parade kids, romney has 42 of them. >> and i'm saying the message put forth by planned parenthood now was an antifamily message. >> it's not true. >> this is true. abortion on demand? >> nobody said that no. >> bill: yes, they did. >> they said you shouldn't get into things like requiring invasive procedures before a woman is allow to have had an abortion. in this election, more than half of americans said abortion should be legal. then coming to something like marijuana a minute ago saying, listen. what do you say about alcohol? >> bill: i don't make those comparisons because they're not constructive. >> yes. they are. have you gone to college and having frat boys having a big beer? >> bill: word of the day do you what he's doing? he's introducing alcohol to kids. >> what you did. you petty fied the issue. 40% of teens are up in marijuana. 80% with heavy marijuana use. >> what about alcohol? >> bill: no. you ignore the fablgts introducing another topic. saying we as american society have going to need a drink. >> we legalized alcohol. kids drink alcohol. >> bill: what you did was avoiding the fact by introducing something else we're not talking about. all right. >> no. no. >> bill: mary catherine? >> back to the family stuff. first conservatives need to understand that this is something i've talked about for a while is that we can't wait for people to get married to become conservatives or wait for people because they're church goers to be conservative. it makes more convincing because life styles used to drive them towards this. >> that is another thing is that i think you're right. there are unintended consequences of this giant clumsy corrupt trof to solve every problem often you end up with. what? single motherhood driving 40% of income inequality. what it ends up w you just start trying to solve that with more subsidies. it's not a healthy way to solve that problem. in places like pot policy it can become an erm permanental ground of democracy. >> i don't think our federal government has those opportunities. >> okay. soy just want to say to you and mary catherine you can't say to these people you're cranky and stuff you guys are a bunch of lay abouts having children out of wedlock that is not the way. people share values. a family and level country you have to treat them with respect bill o'reilly. >> bill: i took away from juan williams is that you can be stoned and still love your country. >> it is true. exactly true. >> bill: bernie goldberg we hope you stay tuned for the reports. eat good fats. avoid bad. don't go over 2000... 1200 calories a day. carbs are bad. carbs are good. the story keeps changing. so i'm not listening... to anyone but myself. i know better nutrition when i see it: great grains. great grains cereal starts whole and stays whole. see the seam? 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president obama. he knows it. and he ran on it. >> just today my theory is backed up by statistical bureau according to the feds latest data available, more than 400,000 americans are put on food stamp rolls in one month. bringing total to 47 million people getting food assistance, an all time record. joining us here in the studio, michelle fields both are single ladies. that group supported the president. why is that? before getting to this discussion? why do single ladies go for him? >> i think mitt romney was a weak candidate. >> bill: why do you say that? >> he couldn't connect with voters. i voted for mitt rom nee. i think a lot of women are also generally on welfare programs as well and president obama has had this huge a lot of welfare spending and it's a lot of -- hard to get off the candy. it's obama giving you candy you don't want to vote for the person is not. >> i'm i think don't it's fair to say single women are mostly on welfare but they overwhelmingly voted for ob yaum yachl i'm not sure why they did. is there a war on women? do you buy that war on women thing? >> i don't like that phrase war on women. it implies women are victim buzz that is an overly sim pliftic analysis of why obama got the women to vote. >> bill: give me reason they did. go. >> because obama supports issues that matter to single women. period. he cares about issue that's matter to single women. womens health care, equal pay. >> when you say president obama cares about abortion what does that mean? what does he care about? >> supports not putting restrictions on a woman's right to choose. >> so, he supports in your mind, you're a single woman. the president supports unfettered abortion. we'll take tout clinic and pay for it that. is why you like it? its not about unfetter add borgs, bill, you know that. >> it's about a woman's right to choose. >> have you a right to choose. you can get an abortion. this is are there going to be restricting? >> restrictions like what? like what? like requiring women to undergo trance vaginal ultrasounds? >> no. when the fetus is eight months you don't put a drill into it's head that. is a restriction. >> when you have two candidates that are republican that are running for senate and are making terrifying comments about -- . >> bill: let's get to. >> this resonate was women, bill. >> bill: it resonate was you. women think abortion rights are under seige they're living in another country. when you see these food stamp statickics. 47 million americans? why is that happen something it's not the recession. maybe half of it is. >> yes. i think obama bought this election through welfare spending. look, if you look at numbers we're spending so much money on welfare and federal spending increased by p 2%. problem is that this gets people on their feet. >> do you agree. >> yes. it's a stroong magnet. >> do you agree with that? >> i agree that that is one factor but that is over simplification plix of what happened. it does not tyke a rocket scientist to see you don't get the voft people you that insult and that you don't support issues that are important to them. that is what happens. >> bill: what about food stamp issue? it's an exploding entitlement. 00,000. the ununemployment rate going down there. >> we're in a bad economy. >> nothing warranting this. >> 47 million people? what is going on. >> people need help. and yes. obama could have done better with the economy. that is what happens in situations like this. i don't think that that is the factor and why single women voted for obama. >> thank you very much. we come back, bernie goldberg on the david petraeus story. and gold bern, core rolea, straight ahead. 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being outrage bid time line? saying do you know what? this is another example. after the election, and on and on. does that matter? >> well, i don't know if it's true. if it's true, i guess it does. they've managed to bury the benghazi story. i mean, the media has said since romney didn't bring it up, they didn't feel obligation to bring it up. if they put that past the rex and put this petraeus thing past the election this is going to be ugly for barack obama. these things are not going to go away. >> i think petraeus thing will go away unless there is information that got out on his reputed bad guys. >> well, it won't be the bad guys but it's some indication that his -- his whatever you want to call her, his frintd may have made a speech and given way some secret information. >> i think the only thing that can happen would be if holder gets dragged into this, which he may. he oversees fbi and knew it's going on. then, they can see he buried it, then, you've got fast and furious on the resume. >> you can bury certain things but only a certainly amount of time. and second terms are not kind to second term residents and barack obama won the election but may have lost the election. >> and so this is the first president held since he graduated if he hadn't had a lot of votes. >> you heard talking points mem yes. >> can i answer it here, bill? >> people agree with you and it's going to affect their votes. >> i think that dennis miller made a lot of sense. i agree more -- traditional america is gone. out of here! >> pretty much. and let's take a look at it this way from a political point of view. we keep hearing america is the center of the country. so i'm not sure it's center of right country. one. two, we keep hearing republicans have a problem with black soldiers and latinos and women, and young people. but far and way their biggest problem, biggest problem with republicans is with republicans. far and away. two days after the election, i'm listening to rush limbaugh on the radio. a caller comes on identifying them self as a family value conservative saying i will never book fr a moderate republican. he didn't vote for romney. he sat home. then, for good measure says that if any republican ever says i'm going to reach across the aisle i will to the go for it. purists like that will sink the republican party. >> how many republicans? which percentage would you put on that presentation? how many are in that category. >> we know three million viewers, republicans veted this time and i bet it's about a million or so. this gets back to talking points. some hard line social conservative. that republican will never win, either, bill. >> no. he has to be able to persuade people in the middle that your vision is good for them. that is what i was saying is that i think the hispanic precinct can be won over. it's not good for you. >> it takes a certain kind of republican a kind of conservative barack obama and i mean that from the best sense of conservatives. do you know what? republicans with science don't come along that often. i don't think things look good for americans unless they find that candidate. >> that is why i wrote that killing lincoln book, by the way. bernieberg, everybody. adam corolla on deck. we'll find out in just two minutes. >> back in the books segment tonight, pod cast master joins us now from los angeles. >> do you want a shot of petraeus tonight? >> yes. i would. go. >> i don't mind a guy who cheats. that just means he has testosterone. look at all of the greats that cheated. mlk, jfk, rfk. do you know who didn't cheat? jimmy carter. >> that makes me nervous. >> and there is a void there, i had the correction. rfk, we cannot find any extramarital stuff with him. all right. now. you flif los angeles. and elizabeth warren lives in massachusetts. very far from you. very far. and you're outraged about this woman living in the election. why? it was because of the speed where she's told everybody the system was rigged against them. by the way, look out tony robbins there is a new motivational speaking sheriff in town. her name is elizabeth warren. it's a horrible message to send. can you imagine a teacher, or a coach explaining to a student the system was rigged against them? >> okay. and you believe this is a corner stone of the presentation? >> well, it's corner stone of the democratic party. the plan is that we're going to fix it. we're going to unrig it. what has obama been doing for four years? how come he's not unrigged this system? what about carter? clinton? did they unrig it? and then, how does it work with rigging in the unrigging? why can't you unrig it? >> liz beth warren is a classic liberal. she believes that society, american society is unjust. and she's a native american woman. you know that. she's able to rise up and overcome whatever prejudices are against native americans so i don't know why she didn't make that a corner stone. look what happened to me, here i am. i'm going to be a senator. it shows our society is fluid. certainly barack obama... >> it's a form of grandiosity. saying yes, i'm a woman, three quarters iriquois and my father was a janitor. but you guys aren't me, i'm smart, i've been touched by god. i can overcome this kind of adversity. >> so you blif she preaches victimization? n.massachusetts? >> absolutely. i just think it's a horrible thing for any politician to talk about. the message should be you're going to have to work twice as hard. he did it. finally, are your friends happy out there that the president is reelected? 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before death i kicks in. you in florida i am counting on you guys. mr. bill, what angers you now? >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight. >> i just think it's nuts. first of all, it's insulting. >> some conservatives like newt gingrich and george will are attacking mitt romney for actually telling it the truth. this is a bizarre situation and we will get into it. >> i blame the president for making this a death trap. i blame the president for not having assets available to help these people for eight hours. >> bill: drama growing over the libyan situation. the president still has not explained why his administration mislead the public about the murderous terror attack. is this another watergate? journalists bob word ward has some thoughts. also tonight, dennis miller on general prelt and adam corolla on dick tore i can't secret surrendering to p.c. forces. caution, you are about to enter no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: one of the bad things about america is that some of us feel the need to kick people when they are down. that's exactly what's happening to mitt romney right now. millions of americans are very disappointed that the governor did not weaj a more -- wage a more aggressive campaign to unseed president obama. played it safe. signatures out the last 8 days of the campaign. after hurricane sandy hit the east coast the governor simply disappeared from the news cycle, apparently that was fine with him because he had many opportunities to state his case with some urgency in the last weekend but passed. so president obama's team, run by the brilliant david axelrod, won the fourth quarter bill. they pinpointed voters who might support them, government them out to vote on election day. meantime, the romney campaign made a series of local appearances saying the same thing over and over and over. early on election night when trends began to appear, i said. this. >> it's a changing country, the demographics are changing. it's not a traditional america anymore. and there are 50% of the voting public who want stuff. they want things. and who is going to give them things. president obama. he knows it. and he ran on it. >> bill: now, that's the truth. and there is no denying the statistics in exit polling. however, some liberal americans were outraged that i would actually say the truth. i will tell you why in a moment. 8 days after the vote, mitt romney held a conference call with his donors and pretty much said what i said. >> the president's campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition, give them extraordinary financial gifts from the government, and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote. >> again, that's the truth. here is the backup. 20% of those who voted on election day make under $30,000 a year. those folks are either poor or close to it. many of those voters receive entitlements, food stamps, housing subsidies, that kind of thing. and, of course, they don't want those programs cut or reorganized. among americans making less than 30,000 bucks a year, 63%, 63% voted for barack obama. just 35% voted for mitt romney. from that group the president received about 7 million more votes than romney did. 3 and a half million. so it is a stone cold fact that lower income americans, largely reelected president obama. now, the left is going to scream when you say that because they don't want to acknowledge the economics of the vote. so, when i told you the truth on election night, i was immediately branded a racist and worse. this is what americans should understand. liberals want to see themselves as noble they don't want to consider the fact that entitlements buy votes. that goes against their sensibilities. so if you tell them the truth that entitlesments do indeed buy votes, they attack you. but now mitt romney is also getting it from the right wing conservative george will called romney out on sunday. >> quit despising the measure people, particularly because a lot of what they are despising them for, republic policies, mid romney says, republicans doubled the child tax credit for conservative reasons, yes, because they expand the earned income tax credit as ronald reagan did because they thought it was effective anti-- >> -- he is pettifogging the issue. it doesn't matter where it comes from millions of americans want them. at the want the government to provide. newt gingrich also slammed romney. >> i just think it's nuts. first of all, it's insulting, this is like wal-mart having a bad week and going the customers have been unruly the john of the political leader in part if we can't offer a better future that is believable to more people we are not going to win. >> bill: what does that mean, mr. speaker? is the republic party going to out entitlement the democrats? what does that mean? mitt romney's failure is very clear. he could not convince the majority of voters that he would look out for them. period. he could not outrage over $16 trillion debt or explain total nic collapse. romney was timid. he wasn't paul revere spreading the word about danger. what do you think those making less than $30,000 a year were voting for? what were they voting for? do you think they were voting for massive debt? were they voting for continued chaos in the middle east? were they voting for more government regulations? that inhibit businesses from hiring working people? were think voting for 8% unemployment that keeps salaries down because there are more workers than jobs? were they voting for any of that? no. millions of lower income americans voted for the candidate who they thought was going to directly help them financially. not every obama voter did that but many absolutely did. going forward the republic party does have though change. it can't disparage poor people. it has to engage them. it has to demonstrate that a healthy economy based on discipline and robust capitalism will lift far more people out of poverty than government handouts will. you have got to sell that romney didn't. maybe marco rubio or bobby jindal or nikki haley, maybe they can finally, governor romney did not confront the of the far left fanatics who demonize them. let me give you a perfect example. "the washington post" said i your humble correspondent served up a bigoted commentary. quote a couple hours before president obama was declared the victor bill o'reilly offered up his explanation why it was about to use because it's a containing country not a traditional america how many. in case many might be confused about the meaning of traditional he elaborated the white establishment is now the minority. in other words, the problem was too many voters of color. how vile. how vile. in other words, you pinheads have no right to lie about me by putting fabricated words in my mouth. that's not what i said. you disgrace the journalism industry. you seek to demonize anyone who disagrees with your far left view. am i being clear enough? the whited establishment no longer dominates the political field in america. that is crystal clear. i don't lament that. i'm not pining for a return to calvin coolidge i just reported it but for crazed idealogues that's inconsequential. the post summed up their dishonest commentary saying quote: it's encouraging that many republicans are repudiating the contemptuous and contemptible o'reilly-romney world view unquote. here is what is really contemptible. you guys spinning an honest look at the vote as a diatribe against poor people and minorities. that's what's contemptible. the "the washington post" editorial staff could not care less about the truth. that american society is dependent on a giant federal nanny which cannot possibly afford all of the stuff it is giving out. that's the truth. we are turning into a western europe. and that is exactly what the "the washington post" wants. their world view is destructive to america. it will be confronted here. that's the memo. by the way, jon stewart hopped on this bandwagon and i will deal with him a bit later on in the broadcast. next on the rundown, juan and mary katharine react to the talking points. >> continuing with lead story conservative and liberal america attacking mitt romney and me over entitlements. joining us from washington mary katharine ham and juan williams both are fox news analysts. juan, you used to work for the "the washington post." >> i did. >> bill: what about that hit peace? come on? the o'reilly romney view of the world. sounds like i ran for president and he was v.p. on the ticket. [ laughter ] >> i think when they start with the name-calling, i have no used for it, bill. i have had to deal with this as a black person on school vouchers, as well as comments about muslims in the airport. you know that's what i said. that's not what i'm thinking. i know you personally, that's just crazy. i think romney and ryan, romney spoke about the president's base as if he was rewarding elements of the base. ryan spoke about an urban population, that's getting closer. and it's worrisome. but the real issue i have the one i want to discuss with you is what you said in the talking points memo because i don't think people necessarily voted in terms of their economic interests. i think there are lots of poor people. i think there are lots of seniors who receive medicare and social security who voted for mitt romney. i think there are lots of people in the suburbs of new york, connecticut and jersey who are in some of these big companies that would have to spay higher taxes under president obama who none the less believe president obama was the better candidate and voted for the best of america. >> bill: look, juan, come on, you have got to be the stats are overwhelming. mar catherine that's i base my commentary on election night and this evening. the underwhelming under $30,000 a year they broke 7 million plus for obama. if it had been 50/50 in that area romney would be president. you can't tell me that economics weren't the primary motivating force for that group to vote for president obama. first of all, unfair post. unfair to many in the media pointing out some of the statistics about the election and actually pointing out that indeed minority increase in turnout and in urban areas, yes, in cities where the g.o.p. has problems relating to folks and bringing folks into their fold and voting for them those are not racist staples and we need to get away from that if we are going to analyze this like we want to. i will will say that you said yourself that some 30 something percent of under $30,000 a year voted for romney. i don't think those who voted for obama are necessarily completely ruled by whatever -- wooed by whatever benefit were given to them. >> bill: if you are going to say that, if that's going to be your point of view, you have to fill in the blank. what did they vote for? i just listed eight things did. they vote for 8% unemployment? 16 trillion-dollar debt? what did they vote for? >> i think that large -- i think that that can play a role. >> bill: no, answer my question, mary katharine. >> they voted for the fact. >> bill: $30,000, what did they vote for. >> they voted for the fact that they didn't believe romney was on their side and had their back -- that is a failure of our own and of romney's campaign and we cannot avoid that. >> bill: now we're getting some place. juan, i'm going to ask you the same question. wait, mary katharine, wait. we're getting sr. -- somewhere now. romney doesn't have their back as you said. that's a general statement. that doesn't mean anything. what was that base -- feeling based on? what was the feeling based on that romney wasn't looking out for them? i agree, the perception was that romney wasn't looking out for them. but what was that based on, mary katharine? was it a social issue or a financial issue? >> i think there are several parts of it. >> bill: no, what was it. >> wait, hold on. let me also point out another stat here. for asian americans which is one of the more highly educated and affluent groups in america, that was one of the biggest turn around in obama in attracting that group. he didn't offer them government dependency. at the didn't offer them financial gifts. inchly phiing to only that -- >> bill: i will give yuan a chance. >> there is a larger cultural sense. >> bill: listen to me. when i ask you a direct question and you don't have an answer it's best to say i don't know. do you know, juan? >> i think when you go back to 47%, i think people feel he was looking out for the top 2% in wig corporations. >> bill: what did they vote for? >> wasn't looking out for them. >> bill: we all agree, all three of us agree that the under 30,000 crew didn't believe romney was going to help them. what did they vote for, juan why reelecting president obama? what? >> i think they voted for a country where they feel that as seniors, as veterans, as people who may be disabled that the country moving forward, especially in terms of this fiscal cliff and economic decisions about priorities. >> bill: this is like a kid in high school. what did they vote for? juan? >> i just told you. they voted for a government they feel knows their situation. understands what it means to be in their financial situation and. >> bill: and then do what? there has has got to be more than understanding and empathy, do what. >> move forward. >> bill: move forward where? >> move forward in this economy. you said and this is something i disagree with. >> bill: we have 8% unemployment. we have 16 trillion-dollar debt. we're not moving forward, juan. >> we are moving forward. >> bill: no reason we are moving forward. no way. >> yes. i think that most americans disagree with you and think that the economy is finally starting to go forward. >> bill: based on what? based on what? >> if you don't invest in education, infrastructure, and the american people, and just give money back to the rich, then you go back to the days where taxes and regulation. >> bill: you are both disagreeing but you are agreeing in a round about way and i have got to run it's about money. this vote was about money, primarily there are a few kooks who, you know, with the abortion craziness and the gay marriage, that became a very, very important thing. i shouldn't say they were kooks but -- >> -- convince people otherwise if you are just blaming it on that or outbid the democrats you? can't do that you have to make a different pitch. >> bill: the vote was about money. that's what it was about. >> i think everyone votes about more things than that. >> bill: all right. mary katharine and juan happy thanksgiving. we have a brand new bill o'reilly.com poll question for you. was mitt romney wrong in saying that the president was was he wrong in saying that? directly ahead, libya mess still in play. the obama administration still not telling us what happened. is this like watergate? bob woodward will be here. later, dennis miller on general petraeus and the possible collapse of twinkies and ding dingdongs, oh >> bill: impact segment tonight. i trust most of you are up to speed on the libyan situation. we still don't know who ordered ambassador susan rice to say it was videotape when the administration well knew it was a terrorist situation from the jump. congress trying to get to the bottom of it. most of the press sitting it out. joining us from washington bob woodward. author of the best selling book the price of politics we're going to get to that in a moment about the budget and all of that mr. woodward broke. of the watergate stories back in the 70s. do you see any parallels here. and i say that because the government right now, the open bama administration is stone walling. they don't want to tell the folks, i don't know why, maybe you do, why wouldn't you want to just say here is what happened. i don't get it do you see any parallels? >> not yet. we don't know that there is a crime of corruption here but i do agree we should dig into it. at least the obama white house has not come out and said it was a third rate terrorist attack. they have just been basically silent. and. >> bill: why? do you have any theory on why? i just don't understand if you know it's a terror attack, tell the american people we can take it well, they kind of did. and they kind of didn't. and, of course, that's the problem here. the way i look at is how do you go about finding out what really happened? and you need to a procedure and a method and that is you have got to find the nonpolitical appointees, the, you know, the regular government workers in the white house, in the intelligence agency. and dig into it and that takes time. i have spent some time not enough because i have been working on other things. but talking to some people about this and i don't -- as i said, see a corruption here. this could be explained by misjudgment, clearly it is a serious situation. let's keep working. >> bill: here is the problem i see with water gate. by the way i got into journalism because of you and the "the washington post." i mean, i just slammed the "the washington post" but i got into journalism because of bernstein and woodward and the watergate thing because i saw how you guys basically took on the establishment. and you got to the truth and it was painful and it was bloody. we don't have that kind of a press now by the way. we don't have a lot of that anymore. we have a few that do it. but very few. >> i'm not -- not enough of it, i agree. >> bill: it's changed. but here is the parallel i see. nixon clearly could have said at the very beginning hey, these idiots broke into the watergate headquarters and they shouldn't have done it. and i'm sorry about it. and if i had anything to do with it, i apologize. but that's not not what i meant. he could have gotten a lot, you know, he got in deeper and deemp and deeper. by trying to cover it up. i don't understand why president obama at that press conference last week didn't just say look, it was a screw up. we screwed up. i don't know why susan rice went out but of course he does know why. he told -- i don't know why he ♪ening being upfront about it. i just don't. >> he said, i mean, give him credit. he said don't come after susan rice. come after me. >> bill: i'm coming after you. tell us the truth. you know the truth, tell it to us. >> exactly. you have got to dig into it. you can't dig into it on a supposition. >> can't we hold the president of the united states responsible for stonewalling issue like this. >> keep digging at it you have got to have facts. unfortunately i have listened to all the coverage. i have read the thing. there are serious issues here. i mean, my god, for people died. the job of the president is to protect everyone. it didn't happen in this case. >> bill: listen, i'm not accusing the obama administration for anything other than failing to tell the american people that's all. that's yard. they just won't. >> i agree we should dig into it the last thing i ever want to do is to be anywhere particularly on your show saying there is nothing to it and then it's going to turn out to be a big deal. >> bill: i don't know that and i don't know that but i'm disappointed that mr. obama won't explain it all right, now, your book is about obviously these -- the democratic and republic party trying to get some kind of budget. trying to get things under control with the 16 trillion-dollar debt. do you think they are going to get this deal before the end of the year? >> yeah, but it's more than about a budget or $16 trillion in debt. the issue is, do we have the financial house of the u.s. government in order and as i'm sure you would agree, we don't. we don't even come close. it's a mess. and if they don't fix something on the fiscal cliff, the tax rates, which are going to go up for everyone, the automatic spending cuts, which make absolutely no sense. if you and i sat down and devised it this way, we would have our head examined. >> bill: i think they are going to come to some kind of deal. i don't think they are going to lead that happen. >> let's hope not. because if they do it's going to be an economic catastrophe. >> bill: stock market will go down 700 points. right. >> it's going to be a leadership catastrophe. >> bill: after writing this book and, you know, it's fairly critical of the president and republic party as well. were you surprised he was reelected? >> you know, you never can tell. but the issues in this book, which i think are central to what this country really is and how we fix things, you know, there is a foreign minister or finance minister out there from another country saying the u.s. government is one budget deal away from being the great country. and that's -- we need to fix that. >> bill: absolutely. bob woodward thanks very much. we appreciate it adam carolla hopped up about victoria secret being intact because much is the models wore indian head dresses. dennis miller. possible demise of twinkie. say it ain't so miller. we hope you stay tuned for those reports. >> announcer: 'tis the season of more-- more shopping, more dining out... and along with it, more identity theft. by the time this holiday season is over, an estimated 1.2 million identities may be stolen. every time you pull out your wallet, shop online or hit the road, you give thieves a chance to ruin your holiday. by the time you're done watching this, as many as 40 more identities may be stolen. you can't be on the lookout 24/7, but lifelock can. they're relentless about protecting your identity every minute of every day. when someone tries to take over your bank accounts, drain the equity in your home, or even tries to buy a car in your name, lifelock is on guard. and with lifelock's 24/7 alerts, they contact you by text, phone or email as soon as they detect suspicious activity in their network. lifelock wants you to be protected this holiday season, so they're giving you 60 days of protection risk-free. >> my years as a prosecutor taught me that you have to be proactive to protect yourself from crime, and that's especially true of identity theft. that's why i'm a member of lifelock. >> announcer: absolutely no one protects you better than lifelock, and they stand behind their protection with the power of their $1 million service guarantee. in fact, last year, lifelock protected over two million people during the holidays. and now they can do it for you. try lifelock's protection 60 days risk-free. call the number on your screen or go to lifelock.com/holidays. it only takes minutes to sign up. use promo code: holidays. order now and get a special holiday gift: a document shredder to keep sensitive documents out of the wrong hands... a $29 value, free! call the number on your screen or go online and let lifelock protect your identity for 60 days risk-free. because during the holidays, keeping your identity protected means keeping your family protected. >> bill: rolling with can a roll will la segment tonight, even though is he a atheist he has some affection to the legal holiday. christmas display in santa monica has caught carolla's attention. for about 60 years the nativity scene. group of atheists were demanded their own in the park that caused them not to put up anything ho ho ho. what do you think here? are these atheists running christmas for the kids? what is your crew doing carolla? >> my atheist crew? >> bill: yeah. >> you know we are out collecting goats' blood as we speak to draw giant pentagram in the middle of downtown. i'm an atheist because i don't want to be bothered not because i hate god or baby jesus or the wise men. i don't understand people who turn atheists into its own religion. it's a non-religion. it's an excuse to stay home on sunday and watch football instead of sit in pews and pray. so, for me, i don't get it. they are giving us atheists a bad name. and, you know, it's about the kids. christmas is about the kids. it's all about the kids. >> bill: for 60 years you had this nice display in santa monica which believe me has enough payingism paganism in other areas. there is no lack of that in santa monica. >> listen, if you want to see a hobo urinating just go 8 feet to the right. >> bill: want to see atheists go down to the pier or under the pier. and there they are. >> yeah, there is a clean -- there is a clean needle exchange program in the next park just go over there if you want to get your fill of the devil why not let the kids have a nice manger scene and leave them alone. >> i will tell you why. because most atheists are angry and it's not to do. see, i just screw up without religion with lazy parents and i just want to stay home on sunday. but a lot of people grew up with weirdo stepdad who was putting ptip out on behind and born again christian and now they are angry at god. >> bill: i think this thing has gone way too far. victoria secret, they, i guess, have a tv show coming up and they did a little shooting on it. and in the body, pardon the pun, of the program, was a model in an indian head dress. i hope we can see this. there she is. native americans went crazy. and let me just explain their point of view because it's an interesting one. native americans in the tribe in particular says that this head dress was worn by heros and people of honor and it doesn't need to be denigrated by some babe in a bikini. when you put it that way they have a point, do they not? >> well, who says that 20-year-old coked up chic who hasn't eaten in three weeks isn't a hero number one. >> bill: we're not implying that woman is that. that's a general statement by carolla, go ahead. >> no. she may have eaten. [ laughter ] a, she may be a hero, b, you know, look, they wore angel wings, you know, last year. do all the christians who believe in heaven, were they all up in arms because they had angel wings on? no. we weren't. so, just get over it. >> bill: you made a faux pas there you said we as in describing the christian group. i think you are a closet christian. i think you are coming back. >> i meant the blue eye deviled sort of>> bill: i predin carolla's death bed which could be any moment he will call the priest in and say father get me any kind of dispensation you can you believe this is politically correct nonsense with the victoria correct -- victoria secret deal and lakota should back off. >> yeah. unless they want to go to war. figure out who is going to win that one. bill will it wasn't their fault they are very brave. there were a lot of white devils coming at them all over the place. and you know how that can be. >> bill, be careful. i think you used the word brave and i don't know if that's all right. >> bill: i admire the native measures. i understand why they are teed off about the head dress because that was a very important part of their culture and it is today. all right, carolla, thanks very much. say a prayer for you. another guy we have got to pray for, general petraeus, twinkies and the chicago murder rate all on the docket. miller is next. >> thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly in the miller time segment tonight, very busy week for the sage of southern california which is is why he is joining us on monday instead of wednesday. let's bring him n from santa ba bra. i think you agree with me miller, this whole petraeus thing hurts the country, right? >> country is hurt in a lot of ways right now, bill billy, i don't think this is the worst way. at least these women are hot. you know what i mean? when i watch charles cheat on diana for camilla parker bowls i remember sitting at home going kidding me. huge ears small guys, what happened to that guy? people like sex they are always going to bonk. when petraeus said he was leading the surge i guess he was leading the surge, wasn't he? >> bill: in a broader context, we lose -- >> . no. >> bill: no? >> not for me. i think powerful men have always ran around. kay summers buy and tina turner both were ike lovers. >> bill: was that a different ike. >> ike turner the singer. >> i don't think this is a big ticket item right now except he was the head spook and he had to get out because he could be leveraged if you go one notch, two notches up and you are the president yeah, you can screw around capriciously. this guy can still be leveraged he can't be head spook anymore. do i think it indicates anything deeper about the already state of contemporary america? no, i doesn't. >> do you believe that the military code of justice, which is why he had to get out because as you pointed out civilians get away with this. they are tarnished not like france when you fool around they like you get more votes there in fact, in france if you are a powerful man and you don't have a mistress they think you are gay. that's like accepted there. but here t. it's a different situation. it's a different society. >> sea civilian now. unless i don't understand it. he maintain his generalship? i thought he was retired. >> but you are still in the military code of justice because is he a general. is he called general. got all the stuff. and that's why he had to go. >> i thought he was called -- i just got to get this point straight. i thought he was retired general david petraeus now civilian head. cia. that's a very morning thing, i might have it completely wrong but if he is a civilian that isn't why he went on the sword because of the military code of justice. he went on the sword because he knows every secret in the world and bad guys could leverage him. that's why he had to go. i think, but i might be wrong. >> no, but he cited the fact that the military code which he adheres too even though is he retired. when these guys retire they still maintain general, colonel all this business. if you are in a position of power. you are held to a higher standard. all right. >> i just didn't see it that way. i thought he was retired general. i'm not trying to disagree. i just think that there are are two different things. >> bill: retired general. he held himself to a higher standard. >> he held himself to a much higher standard he would have been bill clinton. >> bill: all right. let's segway into chicago it's not an easy segway. rahm immanuel is the mayor there as you know. he is going to ban vending machines that doesn't sell stuff that he doesn't like almost like bloomberg in morning. garbage food, sodas and all of that. replace them with healthy vending machines. meanwhile the chicago murder rate is going out of the park. and you say? >> listen, you can still buy a vote in a machine in chicago, can't you? that is still intact. listen, you know, local in chicago only two pieces of bacon wrapped around something. i don't know that this is the end of the world. but i would point out that this is what the woodstock generation don't tell us anything about anything, woe don't trust the man. i just hope that everybody out there recognizes that they have become big brother. they want to be involved in every single asset. their parents who drove them to become dropouts were never this intrusive as they are now. figuratively they are the parent and the biggest of all government. the stuff they worry about on a day-to-day basis is absolutely insane. chicks in lingerie and head dresses, what's in the snack thing. this is the only reason that obama can't jump in and save twinkie and do that pr thing is michelle is out there telling everybody they can't even have a burger anymore. they are involved in every aspect it's saddening to see what this country has rolled over for. >> bill: the left certainly wants to control the way we live. there is no doubt about it. >> every aspect i would say. >> bill: twinkie deal, hostess says they might be able to survive now now that they caused all the controversy about ho hoes, wing dings, this is poison, this is heroin they are selling, right, miller? >> well, listen. if americans are now going to go offshore to procure elicit ho hoes it won't be the first time. >> can i see a big smuggling train from cuba. they have lots of sugar there. trying to stop it. >> i don't know where they are going to smuggle them because the twinkie is rather soft. between can a carolla and i if w the picture of the victoria secret you see what's coming down the road in this. i do a humor segment on here and i know you and i have a good time together. but i know you and your listeners see what's coming here. the guys who are ostensibly the most caring and the most liberal are now involved in what is this five or six topics in a row where you shake your head and you think my god, they are going to turn benghazi into another watergate except this time it's not nixon. it's their guy and they are never going to dig on it. that stuff is all going going to go under but they will worry about this minutia ad nauseam it's a bad turn for the united states. >> bill: it is. we are becoming a nation not only of a nanny state with the financial business, okay, so we will get you through live cradle to grave but you better eat and drink what we want you to because that comes along with it: we will give you the stuff, all right, but you better do what we tell you to do. last word. >> listen. i got a laugh at it now because pretty soon they are going to tell you not to laugh at it. let's put it that way. >> bill: pretty soon, if you eat the twinkie, cuffs. cuffs, miller. >> by the way if you want to smuggle twinkies, don't call me. i don't even want to think about it. >> bill: both miller and i are looking forward-to-a arriving in texas this coming friday big show in austin. two shows in houston. matinee tickets still available. bolder fresher dvd selling quickly. makes a great stocking stuff although it may scare the kids. reality check on deck. our pal jon stewart turning on me. all about president obama's re-election. >> back of the book segment tonight. reality check, we begin with our pal jon stewart who may be' -- reacting to mitt romney's statement last week that entitlement promises by mr. obama won him votes. mr. stewart said. this. >> while mitt romney blamed his loss on obama voters bribability. saw a more personality stark seed change. >> it's not a traditional america anymore. traditional america as we knew it gone. ward, woolly june and the beav out of here. >> pretty much. >> yes, yes, bill. obama's re-election marked of the moment that traditional america ended. the moment when the family from the 1950s sitcom leave it to beaver ceased to be real. [ laughter ] yes, it was a moment when traditional america obama's re-election was when traditional america realized even their witch wives couldn't save them from being replaced. bill o'reilly, what are you talking about? >> bill: here's what i'm talking about mr. obtuse. if you and your 17 writers would actually look at the exit polling you will see that a coalition of voters put the president back into the oval office. that coalition was nontraditional. which means it veered away from things like traditional marriage, robust capitalism and self-reliance. instead, each constituency that voted for the president, whether it be single women, hispanic women's, african-americans, whatever, very specific reasons for doing. so what do you think was going on at the democratic convention when a variety of speakers put out a whole laundry list of things they want the government to provide? did you miss that jon stewart? traditional american voters generally want a smaller government in washington. more local control. some oversight on abortion and believe in american exceptionism. the majority of those who voted for president obama want a large government that spends heavily on entitlements because that reduces so-called income inequality. they want quality for gays in the marriage arena. they want unfettered abortion with no parental notification for minors. they want a one world foreign policy they gives other nations equal status to america. here's a bullet at this point to those pinheads at comedy central, those are not traditional positions. are we clear about this? mr. stewart wasn't finished. >> bill, fox, boobulahs. you don't need to worry so much. what you are demonstrating is the health and i have tattle of america's vitality of america's that dils condition ruling class of rise of religiously diverse new class one that will destroy all that is virtuous and good and bring the american experiment crashing to the ground except you are forgetting one thing that is the american experiment. >> bill: notice the word lamenting. no lamenting here. no lamenting zone. stewart obviously channeling ben franklin one of our great experimenters. here is the deal. the country of is definitely changing. the values of americans being challenged by the coalitions, the democrats effectively put together. that's the deal. no lamenting, no race-baiting, no bull feathers, check 2 stewat the great direction when the country is heading i'm trying to get the folks to understand america's fascinating history. it's working much to the chagrin of the forces of darkness. yesterday, killing kennedy number one. killing lincoln number two on the "l.a. times" nonfiction best seller list. i don't think that's ever happened before. and i'm very happy the west coast are embracing these books. tell you the truth about kennedy and lincoln and the truth as jon stewart well knows sets us all free. that is reality check. tip of the week about thanksgiving 60 seconds away. >> the tip of the day, a good thanksgiving outing in a moment, but first the mail. stephanie, wood bridge, virginia. bill, get your head out of the sand. i'm one of the 47% romney said do not pay income tax but i didn't vote for obama to get free stuff. i voted for him on gay marriage and abortion. linda, overruled park, illinois. bill, you're right. the blame obama was handing out was too much for the republicans to overcome. greg from sand springs, oklahoma. mitt romney did not sell himself as someone who can relate to the lower class. many folks bought the smear campaign that romney only cares about the rich. brian from canada. president obama promised goodies, romney promised jobs. the becon on the hill no longer shines. the reason asian americans went for obama is the republican party is perceived to be the white party. karen from texas. bill, i started recently watching the o'reilly factor. to be honest, i love it. i feel i've been watching it forever. the tip of the day helps me out. it's interesting because tv viewing patterns are changing quickly in america. for the first time more folks turn on their computers than the tv sets. immediately after the factor ends at 9 eastern time, most of the segments are posted on the net illegally in a lot of cases but there's nothing we can do about it. overall, the net is good for the factor, though, because if folks want to, they can almost instantly check out what we do here. when they hear the vicious propaganda that's constant against us. unfortunately, most of them don't want to know what's going on. angela from italy,
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particular heart warming moment there. this is a president, that sat down with bill o'reilly a couple of times, i don't think he's afraid of the press and to conflate the number of times that he, or some kind of counter punctual things with the number of times he played golf versus the number of times he had a news conference, we can play that game with any president, he's not supposed to have recreation, a pardon me, way to look at that. if playing golf is a horrible thing. >> jon: we report, you decide. >> and the whole thing of this idea that it's a real news conference there, were eight questions, one question no follow-ups, and the reporter at the end i believe from bloomberg tried to ask the president a question and the question listened to the same thing and i'm sorry, i can't answer that, because it would set a precedents. >> it's a good question. >> it's a great question, i can't answer it it. that's unbelievable to me and he gets away with it. >> and 16 news conference ises more than bush had. he's had plenty of news conferences, certainly more media available than our last
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go to gretawire.com. good night. york. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight -- >> for more than a year there have been allegations that i knew about the planning of a watergate break in and that i was involved in an extensive plot to cover it up. >> bill: is the libyan situation another watergate or a total waste of time as far as a scandal is concerned? today the senate began hearings and we will have the inside story. >> senator mccain and senator graham and others want to go after somebody, they should go after me. >> bill: president obama angry about criticism of susan rice as u.n. ambassador. but greg gutfeld says the president is faking annoyance. gutfeld will explain. >> also, megyn kelly on 59 places in philadelphia where mitt romney got zero votes. is that even possible? miss megyn will analyze. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. hi. i'll bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. is the libyan situation another watergate? that is the subject of this evening's talk points memo. today on capitol hill, senate intelligence committee began hearings about the murder of the ambassador to libya and three other americans in benghazi on 9-11. as you may know, the obama administration will not define exactly what happened. the press has been largely negligent in pursuing the story. now the testimony is under oath, so it's serious. there are two ways this thing could go. first, into a watergate type spectacle with cover-ups and goh gus statements to the american people, or second. >> it could be a big nothing. a human error that spiraled out of control. the problem is compounded by the president's refusal to define anything. he continues to say there is an investigation, so he can't even give us basic facts like when prosecute you told, mr. president, about the attack in benghazi? an answer to that question cannot possibly impact any investigation, nevertheless, mr. obama refuses to provide it. that raised all kinds of conspiraciy theories and now you have the petraeus situation added to the mix. at a press conference today, reporter asked senator john mccain if the fact that general petraeus' mistress kept secret documents in her possession was it more serious than the entire libyan debauchle? >> well, i say with great respect, that's one of the dumbest questions i've ever heard. okay? there is four dead americans. there is four dead americans. not a socialite. not a socialite. i'm answering your question. okay? do you want me to answer your question or do you want to interrupt? which do you want? okay. there is four dead americans. >> bill: senator mccain obviously feels very strongly that there is government mal feesance involved in the libyan chaos. but that has yet to be proved. however, the senate is doing the right thing by holding hearings trying to get the information out to we the people. look at it this way, back in 1972, richard nixon denied anything to do with a low level political break in. if the press had not been aggressive, nixon would have gotten away with it. certainly the break in at the watergate hotel was not nearly as important as failing to define a terrorist attack that killed four americans. president obama made a mistake in not getting ahead of the story. he should have given us the facts weeks ago. he chose not to. and the press let him get away it. but now the heat is coming down. as it should. that's a memo. now for the top story, let's bring in senator sax bee chambliss from florida. joins us from washington. senator, i heard you with chris wallace and i watched your briefing and i know this is a lot of stuff you can't talk about because it was closed and all that. i'm a simple man. i'm going to walk through it with you. on september 14, c.i.a. chief david petraeus made a statement that indicated it was a spontaneous demonstration caused by a crazy videotape. that was echoed by the u.n. ambassador, susan rice. all right? that's what happened. yet cables from the c.i.a. out of tripoli, libya, say the day after it was a terrorist attack, an organized terrorist attack with heavy weaponry. so you got your own c.i.a. chief contradicting his guys in libya. am i accurate so far? >> well, you're right. the director petraeus did say a couple of days later that based on the information they had, that they thought that this was an act of violence that arose out of a protest. >> bill: okay. but that's impossible -- >> that is what he said. >> bill: yeah. but that's impossible because the cables that fox news read say the c.i.a. guys on the ground in libya told petraeus and the brass and langly that it was a terrorist attack. so either petraeus is lying or he can't read. >> well, here is what we know, bill. you don't have a spontaneous attack from folks carrying ak 47s and other automatic weapons. you don't have folks with rpg's and firing mortars on a spontaneous attack. this was a clearly a terrorist attack. >> bill: okay. everybody knows that. sorry to interrupt burks everybody knows that. you know it, i know it. the folks watching tonight knows it. but the head of the c.i.a. who had to know it as well said something completely opposite. now i don't know whether you heard this or not, but charles krauthammer, one of our fox news analysts here, he implied today on "special report" that petraeus may have consciously misled the country because he was caught up in this mistress stuff that the obama administration knew about and tomorrow when petraeus comes in front of you guys, are you going to go down that road? >> well, we want to ask general petraeus the hard and tough questions. frankly, i don't think he would do anything that would be misleading and i'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt because i have great respect for him and confidence that he's going to tell us the truth about it whatever it is. but we'll see from him tomorrow with respect to that. >> bill: okay. but i have the utmost respect for the jeb as well. i think he's a patriot. but he already misled us. he already misled us on september 14. so he either did it and he's got to explain that, why he did it. he either did it consciously or unconsciously, but he already misled us, senator. >> well. >> you better believe he's going to be asked about it tomorrow. >> bill: can you get me in to that hearing? [ laughter ] >> i don't know if i can get you clearance, bill, that's your problem. >> bill: i know. my problem my whole life. this is a serious matter, i wanted to bring a little levity into it. looks, it -- look, it looks like there is something rotten here. there is something rotten here. at the highest levels of our government with misleading the american people when everyone knew from the second day, september 12, by cables and eyewitness reportsers it was a terrorist attack. final question, you see president obama's press conference yesterday? did you see it? >> i did. >> bill: okay. >> saw parts of it. >> bill: he won't even answer, the president, when he was informed about the attack, citing the investigation. are you kidding me? all he has to do is say, look, here is who told me and here is the date. that doesn't impede anything, does it? >> i agree 100%. i can't tell what you i know about what he knew and when he knew it. he can. and he should. he ought to level with the american people, bill. we got four dead americans and we are getting more and more emotional about this when you see the folks in the white house and within the administration not putting some urgency behind getting the right kind of answers out to the american people and showing the american people that by golly, we care about those four americans. you really don't see that coming out of this white house. >> bill: all right. go get them tomorrow, senator. and we'll talk to you again soon. thank you very much. "the factor" will be right back with reaction to our interview >> bill: impact segment, on a conference call with campaign donors yesterday, mitt romney explained why he lost the election. with some prominent republicans are rejecting the governor's point of view. >> what the president's campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition, give them extraordinary financial gifts from the government, and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote. what the president did is he gave them two things. one, he gave them a big gift on immigration with the dream act and amnesty program. number two, put in place the obamacare, which basically is $10,000 a family. >> absolutely reject that notion, that description. i think that's absolutely wrong. we need to continue to show that our policies help every voter out there achieve the american dream. >> bill: joining us from washington, sabrina shaver. from nashville, tennessee, chip salesman. former campaign manager for mike huckabee. you agree with him, right? >> i do. i think one of the bigger reasons why is because i think there is people could say governor remain knee lost the race for a lot of different reasons. for the candidate to come out a couple days after the election and say this is the reason i lost, kind of puts him in a bad light and almost sounds sour grapes and people don't listen to the reason. but there are a lot of reasons mitt romney lost this race. i think governor jindal hit it right. we need to talk about what brings us together. >> bill: as you may know, i did an analysis pretty much saying the same thing and i think that's what mitt romney picked up on and by the way, to put it in context, he was speaking to campaign donors. he was explaining look, you gave me all this money and i didn't win and one of the reasons was i couldn't overcome the entitlement society. that was my analysis as well. is that what you get tremendous amount of money flowing out of washington, into certain hands, that the hands that receive that money are not going to want it to stop. so therefore, they're going to devote, which they did, all the stats show they did, income under $30,000 overwhelmingly broke for barak obama. so i don't think the governor's analysis was wrong whereas governor jindal does think it was wrong. i think he's right on the money, mr. salesman. >> i think he lost for a couple different reasons. when the governor was talking about his agenda, it seemed like the campaign strategy was we're not going to like obama because there is 8% unemployment. barak obama gave at least a reason why to vote for him to his supporters, all be it wrong. governor romney -- >> bill: no. the reason wasn't wrong. mr. obama said clearly if you vote for me, i'm gog give you wrong. am i wrong about this? i mean, i think governor jindal is missing the point here. that it's very hard to overcome a voting block that's getting money! >> i certainly think that he's on to something. i think there are a lot of reasons why romney lost this election. but he does get the inner psychology of the obama campaign, was to see themselves as the provider to the people, whether we're talking about young voters or women, providing from college loans to protections in the workplace, to staying on your parents' health care 'til you're 26, to free birth control, there was definitely a message of providing. >> bill: and it worked! it absolutely worked. it's a very, very simple formula that the democratic party as seized upon. we're going to give you stuff. and if you vote for us, the stuff is going to continue. if you vote for romney, he's going to cut the stuff out. >> i don't blame the american people. i think there are a lot of people who are suffering right now. a lot of people who need some help. the problem was that i think the president sort of packaged this free stuff with a lot of fear and that's where i just found this to be a despicable campaign. >> bill: be that as it may, i know why governor jindal saying what he's saying. he says look, we have to -- you can't criticize people who need stuff or you're never going to win. you got to get those people over to your side. not an easy thing to do and i know why the governor is putting that forth. but to deny that the election was won on economics and was won on entitlements is just to put your head in the sand. >> i think what governor romney never did was push back about what the republican solution was. there was never a reason to look to mitt romney for those people. >> bill: well, i'll cede that. the governor ran a laid back campaign where he didn't go after the competency issue where he could have on libya, a number of other things, audient do that. he felt that because of the first debate he could ride it out and he would win just purely on economic fear. and didn't happen. going forward, miss schaefer, certainly it is a very challenging environment for the republican party because you have a dependency in this country when more than half of the american homes are receiving some kind of entitlement. so much of that's earned, but a lot of it is not. more than half. they're becoming more and more dependent on washington rather than the republican vision, less and less. >> right. i think one thing democrats have been very successful at is creating many more wards of the state, if you will. that's a serious cultural shift that republicans are up against now. they need to really make the -- get the message out there that limiting -- >> bill: what would that message be though? don't take the free stuff, make it on your own? you think that message is really going to get through? in this day and age? >> it would have to be more nuance. when we're talking to women, for instance, i think they need to explain how protective legislation in the workplace, for instance, doesn't actually give you more freedom or more flexibility. >> bill: that's a sophisticated situation to try to get that message across. the free stuff message is pretty -- you know why i know this? mr. saladsman, you know why i know this? because when i said that on election night that the various groups were breaking for president obama and it was primarily because of free stuff and then the exit polling showed that, i got attacked as being a racist. right away by the democrats. they attacked me not on what i said, because what i said was absolutely true, but trying to send a warning, don't you say that free stuff is why we got elected or we'll call you a bigot. you always know you win when they start that. last word. >> there is no question. but as we move forward as a party and talk about our conservative values, we first got to start off with i'm a conservative. i'm just not angry about it and talk about each one is why less government is better for the future of this country and the future of your family. >> bill: all right. thanks very much. good discussion. ahead, why were there voting shah unanimous begans, or were there, in philadelphia? 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[ male announcer ] centrum. the most recommended. most preferred. most studied. centrum, always your most complete. >> bill: kelly file segment. city of philadelphia, there are 59 divisions where no one voted for mitt romney. no one. that apparently translated into president obama getting 19,600 votes. mitt romney getting nothing. is that even possible? here now, fox news anchor megyn kelly who anchored the election coverage for us last week. 19,600 to 0. >> it didn't go that well for mitt romney in certain districts within the philadelphia precinct. >> bill: this is impossible. i'm sorry. one or two people -- >> no. well -- >> bill: no. >> same thing happened with mccain! same thing! >> bill: did it really? how many did mccain get? >> there were 59 voting districts. 57, mccain got none. zero. not one. >> bill: you know, they do she unanimous begans going on? >> i don't think so because i haven't heard any reason to think so. it's not like republican high school some huge numbers in these precincts up until romney, you know. >> bill: these are largely african-american? >> almost uniformly black. almost universally inner city and not particulary wealthy and the philadelphia enquirer went out there and said, we're going to get to the bottom of this. they spent a couple days just searching to try to find one republican. they couldn't do it! >> bill: it was 95% of african-americans across the country supported barak obama. >> 93%. >> bill: 7% voted for mitt romney. but none of those 7 wandered into philadelphia in these precincts? >> no. it's not that surprising when you consider like the -- >> bill: 19,600 to 0 is surprising. >> well. you would think there would be an error. >> bill: one person was drunk and their finger hit the wrong thing. look, think of the odds. maybe make -- >> two election cycles in a row. two election cycles in a row. but, it didn't just happen here. apparently there are smaller divisions within precincts where this happened in cleveland, same thing. and then last time with mccain, precincts within chicago, atlanta and philly. zero votes for john mccain. >> bill: so you are not concerned, megyn kelly, not concerned? >> no, i haven't seen anything to concern me yet. there are some districts or precincts in utah that went owl romney, but wound up to be 17 people. >> bill: yeah, there weren't a lot of people. 17 people in utah were all in one family. [ laughter ] no, that's a joke! coming to utah and i'll take care of you. >> i only laughed at the humor. i'm an innocent bystander. >> bill: asian americans broke for the president 73%. asian americans totally different situation usually economically than african-americans. it's a whole different culture, obviously. why, why are asian americans so democratic? >> it's funny because i was trying to read up on this and figure that out because you asked me to do that. you read all these articles that seem -- you tell me they seem to have a bias because they talk about how they -- asians have degrees in math and science and have a natural aversion to the gop theories on climate change. because anybody with an education would clearly reject any republican views on climate change. >> bill: who wrote that article? moveon.org? >> take it all with a grain of salt. >> bill: let's put the crazy ideologues aside. let's assume like everyone else, asian americans are interested in the economy in getting ahead and a lot of entrepreneurial stuff going on in the asian community. they obviously said, we believe in the democratic point of view, the larger government. let's control the economy a little bit more than the gop. that doesn't seem -- i'm surprised. >> a couple of theories. one of the big mysteries was if they tend to be on the higher socioeconomic scales, they tend to side with mitt romney. then why? then you look deeper and it looks like most of the asian voters that they surveyed, most of the asian voters that they're looking at come from new york and california. those are two very blue states. >> bill: that's where primarily the asian communities are, though. >> right. so what i'm saying is -- >> bill: in the democratic machine. but i don't know why they would get into the democratic machine anyway. what was the asian american vote, the raw vote? >> in 2012, as a percentage of the electorate, 3%. 73% obama. 26% romney. >> bill: african-americans were 10%, right? >> yeah. a little higher than that. >> bill: 'cause they weren't quite as high as last time. >> but they're saying that both parties need to pay attention to the asian vote because it's -- >> bill: you put together a latino vote, african-american vote and the asian vote, 25% -- and the women, they broke for romney. >> democrats have been reaching out more to the asian community. >> bill: how do you do that? >> target them with your advertising. i'm not taking that bait. come on. >> bill: i want to know how you reach out. ill like to reach out. i don't know how. i want to reach. >> i think it's time to wrap. >> bill: okay. megyn kelly, everyone. plenty more ahead as the factor moves along. madonna taking off her clothes to help the victims of hurricane sandy. should we admire that or even look? culture warriors will weigh in. greg gutfeld saying president obama is faking anger over the libya situation. wow. wow. we hope you stay tuned for those having you ship my gifts couldn't be easier. well, having a ton of locations doesn't hurt. and my daughter loves the santa. oh, ah sir. that is a customer. let's not tell mom. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. fedex office. >> bill: madonna stripping for hurricane victims. here now the warrior, gretchen carlson and jeanine pirro. before this vital story, i want to get your opinion on the entitlement culture. we've been talking about it throughout the first part of the program where there is a division in republican party about why mitt romney lost. romney himself says, as you might have heard, that it was because of all the entitlements president obama promise to do a constituency. then we see the african-american vote and asian votes, latino vote, 71%. all for the president. so how per vasesive, jeanine, is the entitlement culture in our voting for president? >> i don't think there is any question but that our society has changed. we're in the worst economic down turn that we've been in since the depression. so you've got more people who need the safety net. and when mitt romney comes down and says that 47%, they don't pay taxes, you just alienated me and i may be someone who might have voted for you. so shame on you for alienating the country like that. >> bill: you see that there is a sensitivity among people not doing well and they're going to go to the people they feel can -- >> can care! >> bill: i don't know if it's about compare. >> he didn't sell himself. >> bill: we became strong as a student of history, i know that, 'cause i see you and kilmeade every day talking about it. we became a strong country based on self reliance, providing for ourselves. the move west, the revolutionary war, undeniable. now we're not so much self reliant. >> you put your kids to bed, you hopefully say, i hope that you can achieve the american dream. you don't say to them, i hope you'll grow up to be government assistance. but that is sort of the way in which we've moved. there has been much discussion about whether or not we reached that tipping point -- >> bill: did romney lose because of entitlements? >> yes, but again, i don't think he phrased it exactly the right way. he's denying another piece of the puzzle of why he lost, in my mind, which is you have to reach out. you have to reach out to the latinos. you have to have immigration reform. >> bill: he didn't have enough incentive for the people who are getting stuff. >> women. you have to get the women. as long as we continue to focus so much on, i believe, abortion, it's going to be hard to get women to vote republican. >> the republican party is at a crucial point. they have o make a decision to what they're going to do to reach out to everyone, to be the party of -- and i hate using the word ininclusion, but mitt romney blew it, period, end of story. he may have been giving gifts to the rich, too. that's how other people look at it inform one of the people who supported barak obama who doesn't really need government assistance is miss madonna. okay? now, she wants to raise money for the victims of hurricane sandy. i am one of those victims, ladies and gentlemen, so i am looking forward to miss madonna coming to my home and giving me whatever she wants to give me. >> oh, my god. >> bill: but here is how she is trying to help the hurricane victims. go. >> i want to take my pants off only. >> bill: okay. that was great. what do you think? >> she should keep her mouth shut. she should sing and keep her clothes on. >> bill: she wants to raise money. >> she should go out there and lift some sandbags and bring some food to these people and do a benefit concert and give the money. >> bill: the benefit concert! that would have been better, right? >> i was at yankee stadium when she did the same concert. she didn't talk about hurricane sandy. >> bill: did you pay for those tickets? >> i did. >> bill: you went? >> that's the least crude thing she says in her concert. >> bill: you don't think you're going to see -- >> i went to hear the music! >> bill: old yeller. come o. you got to hear an hour of her bloat crating. >> first of all, that's a disgrace to young women and men, for that matter. >> bill: her trying to raise money in that way is a disgrace? >> you know -- >> what do you do to a woman who takes off your clothes? you throw money at them? how degrading is that. for these women who wasn't to be equal and liberal and everything else, they're like, bringing women down. here is the bottom line, keep your pants on and go out and collect money is a way -- >> bill: she doesn't have to collect money. >> maybe she's trying to prove she's -- >> bill: you agree she should be keeping her pants on. the audience will tell me what they think tomorrow. anyway, carlson hit it. take one of your dopey concerts which costs and pays 4 or $500 to see. take the money, pay your people first, good-bye the to pay all them. right? then gift the rest to -- give the rest to the hurricane victims. then you can keep your pants on and your mouth shut. that's a twofer! pants on, mouth shut, everybody wins. >> and sing real tunes. >> bill: okay. >> that's just my personal opinion. that little scene she does that, she does that in every concert. >> bill: she was taking her pants off without the hurricane? >> she was. we're breaking news here. this was an ad lib moment. >> bill: i want to get this straight, she was taking them off at yankee stadium? >> she was. >> bill: what would happen in derek jeter was doing that. >> i would buy tickets! >> bill: all right. so you both in agreement. >> for derek jeter or madonna? >> bill: no. >> i think that's a yes. >> bill: sorry i brought up derek jeter. i'm sorry. i didn't mean to do it. we're all in agreement that miss madonna should keep them on, shut up and give the money based on one concert performance. give one concert. >> you got sing her old songs. >> bill: did she sing them when you we want? >> not really. sang all the new songs? >> yes. >> bill: that nobody likes? >> right. that's why she took her clothes off. >> bill: all right. ladies and gentlemen, i have no idea what was said during that segment. when we come back, gutfeld and mcquirk. with gutfeld causing big trouble, saying president obama's faking outrage over the libyan situation. that report such as it is after these messages. music: "make someone happy" music: "make someone happy" ♪it's so important to make meone happy.♪.♪it's so e ♪make just one heart to heart you - you sing to♪ ♪one smile that cheers you ♪one face that lights when it nears you.♪ ♪and you will be happy too. >> bill: thanks for staying with us. i'm bill o'reilly. in the what the heck just happened segment? greg gutfeld making a bold assertion. he says president obama is faking outrage over libya. >> for them to go after the u.n. ambassador who had nothing to do with benghazi and was simply making a presentation based on intelligence that she had received and to besmirch her reputation is outrageous. >> bill: here bernard mcgirk who produces for imus in the morning and mr. gutfeld, the author of the book "the joy of hate, how to triumph over whiners in the age of phony outrage." this is brilliant. you tag the president with phony outrage to promote your book. >> yes. >> bill: it's better than anything i could say. >> it's amazing. i didn't even mean it. he was acting like a stage mom from toddlers and tiara. this was the most manufactured anger, because he didn't have that -- he's never had that anger before when the actual act took place, the act of terror. he was calm. somehow he rushes to her defense, which just seems so smarmy. >> bill: what if he really likes her? what if this is sincere reaction and you're wrong? >> well, i'm never wrong, bill. >> bill: there is the answer. you agree with him, right? >> the easter bunny running across the studio. i agree 100%. initially he hid behind susan rice, then hillary clinton's skirts or pant suits or whatever. this was a totally manufactured chill russ umbrage. it's like why are you picking on my girl? it's insult to go women also what he's doing and it was a way to change the subject and to take the moral high ground. >> bill: you both think is a complete phony manufacture. some of you are going to get mad at me because today a c.i.a. guy came out who testified in front of a house deal and said we told ambassador rice, we told her, c.i.a. told her that it was a spontaneous deal. so it's on us. why that took two months plus for them to say, i don't know. petraeus testifies tomorrow. maybe we'll find out. but maybe, maybe it isn't rice's fault. >> it goes back to the time. it was ohm one question, who pushed the video and they've been work backwards, reverse engineering their story. so finally they got to the c.i.a. >> bill: so you don't believe that the c.i.a. -- >> i think it was a gut call by president obama. >> bill: you think he ordered his guys to say that? >> i think in their hearts, they felt that it was the west's fault, the idea of free expression is harmful and they were hurting people's feelings. >> bill: really? you really believe that? >> yeah, i do. >> bill: and you believe what happened was whose fault as far as the communications to the american people? >> i think it was the obama administration. >> bill: they just botched it entirely? >> they totally botched it. she was the face of the lies and the cover-up. >> bill: there is no doubt. >> that's why she's taking the hit. for them to accuse john mccain of cowardice of attacking a woman -- >> bill: that's ridiculous. the president had plenty of chance to say hey, the c.i.a. told ambassador rice, so get off her back. that's what he should have said. now, peta and thanksgiving. now, this is nice, ladies and gentlemen. here is the latest peta quote. they're going to take out a billboard that says kids, big letters, kids, if you wouldn't eat your dog, why eat a turkey? happy thanksgiving, everyone! all right. and you say? >> i say bill, you fought the war on christmas and you have to fight these giglet -- gibb lets. it makes no sentor sense. listen, i love turkey. first of all, unless you're some sort of weird sicko, you don't golf an emotional attachment to a turkey like you do to your dog. i like turkey salad, greg likes turkey (bleep). it doesn't make any sense. so you have to stop this, bill. we're counting on you to do that. >> bill: look, all peta wants is publicity. i can't stop them from doing anything. the poor kids, you know, there you go and they're crying because you're carving up the turkey and they're in tears. come on, peta, give us a break. we know you don't like eating meat. this is what i say, if you didn't eat meat and control the animal population, who would be running the world? the turkeys. >> exactly. >> bill: all right. because there is too many of them. all right. this is tied into meatless mondays in los angeles, gutfeld. you know l.a. pretty well, right? >> i spent some time there in certain places i can't recall. there is a fundamental hypocrisy with this. what if you came up with an idea called sexless saturdays. sex is every bit as harmful as meat, it creates std's b but the liberals would say no, stay out of my bedroom. but they can jump on your plate. they can invite vade your plate, but you can't invade their bed. >> bill: so the reason, though, they want meatless mondays in l.a., so everybody is healthier and you eat fish or carrot. >> that's one of the motivations. this is bloomberg on blow and why mondays? because of the alliteration? what's next tater tots on tuesdays. are they going to take away wienerless wednesdays? i did some research and say animal agriculture contributes to climate change and so when you, bill o'reilly, eat your steak, you're contributing to the odds that the guy in the jersey shore's house is going to be swept out into the atlantic ocean. >> bill: it's all so complicated. it's just all so complicated. all i wanted was a ham and cheese sandwich. >> you're selfish. >> bill: all right. coming right back with lou dobbs, is the stock market over because of president obama's reelection? dobbs is next >> bill: back of the book tonight, yesterday business leaders met with president obama. among those were the ceo of general electric, big obama guy, who as you may know, somehow figured out how ge could pay no income tax in 2010. nothing! lou dobbs. this is a sweet deal, isn't it? the president want to go raise taxes on you and me, particularly you and me. i think we were mentioned at the press conference yesterday. all right. and corporations in general, and then he invites immelt, who didn't pay any taxes. >> it doesn't seem right, but i'll forego the thrill of being in the meeting with him. it's amazing. immelt gets a pass. they've had one meeting and a jobs council which explains our high unemployment rate. >> bill: we should explain to the audience which was a job council and immelt is the president of it and they had one meeting this year. in that meeting, i think the president was there for like ten seconds and left. >> no one can figure out what they do. and immelt is talking like it made a major contribution. these 12 ceo's sit down with him, big multi nationals and don't produce the majority of the jobs. so why wasn't there somebody from small business there? >> bill: i think it's a dog and pony show, but i'm not really sure why. but you know the why of why -- >> we're going deep today. >> bill: i know. the if the likes jeffrey immelt. you know why, right. >> i'd love to hear your theory. >> bill: who ran nbc and nbc news for all those years while they -- >> took care of him. >> bill: g.e. and took care of barak obama very, very well. and in addition they hired assassins to go and besmirch people who were opposed to the president. he was like -- immelt was like his pray torian guard and he's being rewarded now. >> it seems like a skinny reward to be the head of the jobs council. it's like they could do something a little more. >> bill: he gets to go to the white house. he gets to have canapes and has his picture taken. you know the game. of course they don't do anything. isn't it nervy to invite the guy who pays no income tax? >> it's a little tough, i have to admit. it's a little tough not to invite the folks who create jobs and tough to not invite the folks who pay taxes. >> bill: i might go to chris' party. all right. since the vote, ladies and gentlemen, the dow is down 700 points. that's a lot. >> that is a lot, particularly since it's just a matter of a little over a week here that we're talking about. what we're looking at over 1,000 points now since its high set back in october. and we are really in trouble here because the market is sending a very clear signal now over these four sustained declines in the dow. and that is the investors have no confidence in this president. they have no confidence in this congress and they have no confidence that the so-called fiscal cliff can be dealt with. >> bill: if they get a deal, do you expect the market to snap back? >> i would expect it to snap back, but the problem is this market is saying these people are not making noises like intelligent rational people seeking a plan and a compromise. >> bill: what i'm trying to say, is the market so anti-obama that no matter what they do, it's going to be bad news for stocks for the next four years? >> no. that is -- >> bill: short-term then pain? >> i hope so. but the real issue is, are they going to make -- here is the deal, those 12 ceo's, they weren't there talking about the fact that government revenue, individual tax payments have risen by 26% in the last two years under the bush tax cuts. this is an economy that's beginning to work and now they're trying to destroy it. >> bill: in your opinion, but obama would say, the president would say, look, i'm going to get it going. poverty guidelines, family of four is 23,050. and the poverty rate is now up. it's up that came out today. right? >> it's up 16%. >> bill: 15%! >> almost 15 million people -- >> bill: that's a year? >> correct. and we're looking at a poverty rate -- i went back to look because the war on poverty, you probably don't remember that too vividly because you were so young, but in 65 cents a day when they started it, we were looking at black unemployment of 8.1%. we were looking at hispanic unemployment at that point. >> bill: this is in 65? >> 65. right now, black poverty has reached 26%. we are looking at over the course of 46 years, almost no, almost no improvement whatsoever and have spent hundreds of billions of dollars. >> bill: all people -- most of the people who earn 30,000 or less went for president obama. doesn't really make a lot of sense, but that's what happens. lou dobbs, everybody. factor tip of the day, a good book that will keep you up at night. the at this point 60 seconds -- the tip 60 seconds away >> tip of the day, an braining book you might like in just a moment. christmas less than 6 weeks away, signed copies of "killing lincoln" and "killing kennedy" and "lincoln's last days." get your order in early before my hand falls off -- i sign them all. and the bolder fresher tour dvd makes a great stocking stuffer. premium members get big discounts. if you sign up for a membership, you get "killing lincoln" or "killing kennedy" free of charge. now to the mail... >> not so much decay as selfishness, that's what we are seeing here. putting your own interest ahead what have is best for the nation. >> i believe it will this time, too. but the swing is slower these days. >> not true, jack. it showed disdain for his performance: at said press conference, not for himself. >> there is no organized program this year for that. although operation shoe box in florida continues to send packages overseas. it's a great charity. >> i don't want to get down in the gutter. that would cheapen our brand here. but we will continue to confront the far-left loans with the facts. but when you get vicious and there is some of that on talk radio -- you hear it, you know? 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starts off. learn how the country is doing. watch, listen, enjoy life in this country. you have four years traveling the world. kick back and enjoy this country. i wish her well. that's "hardball" for now. the ed show starts right now. >>> good evening, americans, and welcome to "the ed show" from new york. the president has told progressive leaders he's not budging on taxes. >> we're prepared to stand up for mechaniamerica. >> the campaign for the middle class begins at the white house, and the campaign pour millionaires has begun on the senate floor. >> half the congress opposes tax hikes. >> tonight, mary kay henry of the service employees international union and senator brown on the new campaign for the middle class. paul ryan is finally speaking, and he's still in the bubble. >> i think the surprise was some of the turnout. some of the turnout especially in urban areas. >> ohio state senator turner is here to respond. the petition to see seed is growing with speed. >> deep in the heart of texas! >> find out why i agree with rick perry. texas is not allowed to leave the union. thanks for watching. president obama came back to washington to fight for fair deal on taxes. today he called on his base. i love it. he went right to the folks who put him in the white house. president obama held his first official closed door meeting with groups from outside the white house. the invited guests were all leaders of labor organizations and progressive think tanks. compare this list to the guest list for tomorrow's meeting. 12 of the most powerful ceos in american business. this schedule was not a mistake. president obama was letting the middle class and the workers of this country know, you come first! aflcio president is confident the president will keep his commitment to the current tax rates for the middle class. >> the president led with that notion of protecting the middle class, and now you have republicans that have it in their power. they could sign a bill tomorrow that protects the middle class, and we'll see what they do. are we going to push them on that? without a doubt we're going to push them on that. are we going to collectively stand up and make sure that workers get a fair shake in all of this? absolutely, we are. do we believe that the president is committed to that same thing? absolutely, we do. >> details of the president's off the record meeting are emerging. the huffington post reports tonight that president obama said he will not extend the bush tax cuts for those at the top. i am not going to budge. i said it in 2010 and i'm not going to do -- i'm going only going to do this once, and i meant it. the source said that the president seemed to agree that social security should not be part of any grand bargain, because it didn't add to the deficit. democrats are in a strong position. republicans are trying to make it seem like they are also in a strong position. listen to minority leader in the senate mitch mcconnell talk tough on the senate floor today. >> if the president is really serious about solving current crises and avoiding future ones, he has it to step up and lead. >> mcconnell was so bold when he was confronted by reporters. he sat silently during a photo op with new republican senators. >> senator mcconnell, are you willing to compromise? >> come on guys, go. come on. >> can you not push me and everybody else? >> yep. >> mcconnell is not responding because he doesn't have an answer. democrats won decisively last week. they protected 23 seats and picked up two more. plus, mcconnell's plan is exactly what the american people voted against. >> the best way forward, the way that will lead to jobs and growth, a smaller deficit and fewer fights is to keep everybody's tax rights where they are for now. figure out a way to avoid the automatic defense cuts scheduled to hit at the end of the year without cutting a penny less than we promised. and committing to the kind of comprehensive tax and entitlement reform that we all claim we want. >> according to mitch mcconnell the best way forward is to do exactly what he wants. this is not going to fly with the public. a new pew poll shows 53% of the american people will blame republicans if the country goes over the fiscal cliff. only 29% would blame the president of the united states. house speaker john boehner has less support each day for a hard line approach. republican opposition to tax increases is slipping in congress. anti-tax lobbyist grover norquist no longer as a majority of supporters in either chamber. "the hill" says newly elected republicans refuse to sign the anti-tax pledge during the campaigns and another handful of returning republicans have disavowed their alliance to the written commitment. it's about time. at least they paid attention to the election. today bobby jindal scolded the entire party for the approach to the economy. hold it right there. this comment, he sewer sounds like a democrat. we've got to make sure that weren't the party of big business, big banks, big wall street bailouts, big corporate loopho loophole, big anything. we cannot be, we must not be the party that simply protects the rich so they get to keep their toys. bobby, come on over to the good side, dude. you're talking like a conservative democrat. momentum is on the president's side. he just needs to know how motivated his allies are. the hard work didn't end last tuesday. democrats scored big, but they need to finish this game. the labor leaders who met with the president of the united states today made it very clear. they will stay engaged, and they will do whatever it takes to go to the public to tell the story. the campaign of last year is not over. >> we're united in a campaign throughout this country. >> we're going into another campaign. we won the election, but we're going into another campaign now. folks realize na and understand it. >> we need to stay as engaged as we were in the election. >> we expressed our commitment to keep this campaign going. >> okay. they are focused. i have to ask the question tonight. let's say we're in the big locker room here. are you focused? are you ready to do this? you know, if we put half the effort into making sure the president gets what he needs from his base as we did working on voter suppression and voter registration, we will get what we have to get to turn this country around financially. what i don't want to see the democrats do is go out and do a long-term deal. no, no, no. do a short-term deal. make it two years. let's come back and revisit this for 2014. i say that because it will be certainly an election year issue. most of all, if we can start getting money into the treasury and make some progress and just start to chip away at it and move it down and prove that the wealthiest americans can pay a little bit more and we can make some progress with the treasury, it will be a great time to really put the hammer down in 2014 and prove to the country that we're headed in the right direction. just remember the chart that we always love to show on this program. the vulture chart. the red liners up there, don't tell me that they can't pay a little bit more. it encourages me big-time when i hear the president off the record -- i don't know how it slipped out of the meeting, but somebody said that wasn't going to budge. that's music to my ears. that should be motivating to every american who voted for this president we'll get what we want out of this. we're going to fix the treasury. there will be cuts, but those wealthiest americans, the vultures on the top line have to pay more. get your cell phones out. tonight's question, do you support the fight over the fiscal cliff? text a for president obama and the democrats and text b for the republicans to 622639 or go to our blog. we'll bring you the results later in the show. joins me now is u.s. senator sherrod brown. we have nina turner coming up later on. >> i love watching nina on your show. >> i get you passionate ohio folks mixed up. >> that's okay. >> sherrod brown with us and mary kay henry, president of the services employment international union who met with the president today. i would be remiss, mary kay, if i did not ask you right off the bat, did the president say he was not going to budge on taxes? he did it once in 2010, and he won't do it again? >> the president was incredibly serious and focused and really relieved to hear that we are going to keep our ground game going, that our working people and community members all across this country are ready to have this fight and want to have the middle class tax cuts permanently extended. that's the action that congress can take right now. and then work together to make sure that the wealthiest americans pay their fair share so we can get back to work. >> well, did he tell the group that he was not going to budge on taxes? >> he was crystal clear about that, yes. >> so you're confirming the huffington post report tonight that he said that he moved in 2010, and he won't do it again? >> i don't know the exact words, ed, but he was very, very clear that what he said right after the election is that he believes he has a mandate from the majority of this nation thatments thatmenwants to make sure we can reinvigorate this economic recovery that he started in the first term. we're completely proud to have his back and to make sure that every american knows what's at stake in this debate. >> senator brown, how do you take that information? >> i take it the way i think he meant it. i talked to him the day after the election. he was pretty excited about carrying our state thanks to many including mary kay and her union and so many other people, grassroots union and nonunion all over the state. he was solid then. he says it again. he means it. i think that the organizing around it so very important. the labor movement, consumer groups, women's groups, advocates all over the country that care about more tax fairness. it's not just -- you don't just tax your way into a balanced budget or cut your way. you also grow your way, and there's going to be a jobs component on this with infrastructure and helping local governments and all the things that we should be doing to make sure we see the kind of economic growth we need to give people a shot at the middle class. most of america would rather pay taxes than they would drawing an unemployment check. that's what we operate under, that assumption, and we need as part of this taxing the wealthy to pay a little bit more and some reasonable balanced cuts, but more of a 1:1 ratio rather than what republicans want to do. you need a jobs component, too. >> this comes down to negotiations, and from what is reported about what the president told the basers in that meeting today, doesn't that send a real hard line message to mitch mcconnell, and that's what's lacking in all of this? >> i think mitch mcconnell is a little worried. you saw some of these people on election night. you saw karl rove's response. you saw mcconnell the next day. you saw speaker boehner, who is the most -- i think the most flexible of the group. they know that they're going to have to come to the table and give on a lot of things. not just that we won the election, but when i see the organizing around the president's message. he'll travel the country and talk to people, and the country is overwhelmingly with him. even people that didn't vote for him, many think the rich should pay battle more and focus on jobs. when you put that together, it's clear that the president is in a good position to win this. it really is another campaign in so many ways. >> ed, i think people think the negotiations happened for the last year in this country. we had a national debate on this question. the people have spoken. we want our government to answer the call. so for us, the issue of negotiating is we need the republican in the house to extend the middle class tax cuts permanently so they can show they're really serious about restoring the american middle class in this country. >> all right. day one, getting everybody on the same page. it sounds good to me. senator brown and mary kay henry, the service employees international union. great to have you with us tonight, remember to answer tonight at the bottom of the screen. share your thoughts at twitter and on facebook. we're always looking for your comments. coming up, paul ryan's first interview about the election and he seemed diluted about up some points. so much more coming up. stay with us. - one day, we're coming up with the theory of relativity, the next... stop, stop, stop! my car! not so much. but that's okay. you're covered with great ideas like optional better car replacement from liberty mutual insurance. total your car, and we give you the money to buy one a model year newer. learn about it at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility -- what's your policy? >>> paul ryan says she was shocked by the turnout of voters in urban areas. we'll go inside the bubble. the petraeus scandal is the right wing's latest shiny object. it turns out it all started with an attempt to smear the president of the united states. over 80,000 texans want to see seed from the union and leave america and start their own gig, right? governor rick perry says no way. i'll explain why democrats neetd to get on board. share your thoughts on facebook and on twitter using #edshow. we'll be right back. the results could be felt around the world. twice the stain fighting power as the leading liquid value brand. era detergent. a lot of fight for a little dough. >>> the white house has announced the president of the united states will hold his first press conference tomorrow since winning re-election. meanwhile, in his first sets of interviews since the election paul ryan says he really thought the republican ticket was going to win. reality bursts the bubble. >> the polling we had, the numbers we were looking at looked like we stood a pretty good chance of winning, and so when the numbers came in going the other direction, when we saw the kind of turnout that was occurring in urban areas, which are fairly unprecedented, it did come as a bit of a shock. those are the tough losses to have. the ones that catch you by surprise. the surprise was the turnout in urban areas which gave president obama the big margin to win this race. >> voters suppression, they just didn't get it done, right? congressman ryan is supposed to be the heavyweight on numbers. he's the chair of the house budget committee, so if he was actually relying on the campaign's internal polling, we should doubt his judgment more than ever, don't you think? romney and ryan didn't lose in urban areas. not only there, they lost among women and young voters, and they lost by a large margin. there's another revelation from the ryan interview. he doesn't believe the gop policy has anything to do with the loss. >> i think we ran a big campaign. we made a campaign about big ideas and gave the country a clear choice. i respect the fact that the process is done, that the president won the race, and i congratulate him on the race. i don't think we lost it on budget issues. on medicare, we didn't lose it on those issues. >> on one hand he says that they offered the country a very clear choice, but then he claims they didn't lose the election on budget issues. congressman ryan is wrong. in exit polls 60% favor tax rates increasing either for everyone or for those making more than $250,000 a year. as for urban areas? romney and ryan lost. there is an obvious connection to the republican policy. african-american, latino, young voters, they simply do not buy ryan's approach, and that is every man for himself. let's turn to ohio state senator nina turner. senator, good to have you with us tonight. i think this is important because this is an admission that their voter suppression did not work, and turnout does work. all of the talk before the election did connect with people. information is power. motivation is what makes it happen. ryan doesn't see a connection between his policy proposals and his ticket's -- and the gop ticket defeat. what do you make of that? >> well, i have two words for congressman ryan and the other gop who are out of touch with this. seek help. the fact they don't understand that urban folks, i.e., factory workers, auto workers, teachers, police officers, nurses, students, the elderly, african-americans, whites, latinos that live in the urban area renewed president obama's contract because they believe that what his policies are for the better interest of those of us who live in this country. to they need to seek help. >> how do you build on this in 2014? >> well, we got to continue to remind, because you're absolutely right. we went to sleep after 2008, and they swept us in 2010, and we cannot afford to fall asleeve after this big victory. we need the president and those in congress not to forget those states that really pushed him through, especially ohio. we have a lot of cleanup to do in 2014, and the president needs a congress to work with. right here in the state of ohio, even though we just went through the election process, they are here trying to defund planned parenthood yet again and to pass what i call the heartless bill, the heartbeat bill, therefore effectively banning an abortion in the state of ohio. so they have not learned their lesson, and we have to remind women, men who up respect women, and everybody else in this country just what the gop stands for and what they care about. they don't care about many of us in this country at all. >> here's part of ryan's speech on poverty. this was just a month before the election. here it is. >> here's the problem. the welfare reform mindset has not been applied with equal vigor across the spectrum of our anti-poverty programs. >> what do you think of that? how can he change his view on that between now and 2014 or even in the long term? i mean, are republicans offering a credible approach to lifting people out of poverty? >> not at all, ed. i mean, again, if you look at the state of ohio, for example, cutting funding to k through 12 education, but yet, you say you care about children. cutting funding to local government funds, but you care about children. they don't care about the poor, and as was illustrated and thank god the american people didn't buy it, they will say and do anything to try to win an election. it is my sincere hope that the voters not only in the state of ohio but across this country do not forget what they stand for and what they will do. we have to continue to work to help the president build the congress that he needs and we cannot forget the state elected offices. we have got to use our political clout to clean governor's mansions and statehouses across the country. it takes teamwork to make the american dream work. that's from the white house to congress to the statehouse to governors' mansions across this country. we're going to fight, ed. >> quickly, senator, i want to make sure i heard you correctly. on a state level in ohio, the righties are trying to defund planned correctly? >> yes, you did, ed. they're after women yet again. >> ohio state senator nina turner. as you can see, the battle goes on. a dramatic turn in the petraeus affair. it's the shiny object the right wing was hoping for. karen finney will weigh in on that. then, it's the death of traditional america? republicans say that they are -- there are clear signs this country is flat out falling apart. we'll let bill o'reilly make his party's case. stay with us. have a good night. here you go. you, too. i'm going to dream about that steak. i'm going to dream about that tiramisu. what a night, huh? but, um, can the test drive be over now? head back to the dealership? 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>> the idea that obama would not be told by coincidence two or three days after the election absolutely beyond belief. >> you have to suspend disbelief. >> it appears that the white house is lying again just as it was lying about benghazi. >> how could the fbi pick up something like this in the spring and take months to figure it out? >> we're supposed to believe that an affair involving the hetd of the cia was never discuss. >> did the sex scandal influence benghazi? why president obama didn't know about it? so if he did know about it, there were months that went by. i mean, eric holder at least knew about it. >> if holder new it. when obama smelt it holder dealt it. >> eric holder didn't talk to one of his closest friends? that's barack obama. >> i'm joined by karen finney, former communications director for the dnc. a lot it to unpack here. everybody on that network happens to believe there is some huge, shiny object the right wing should be focused on totally. this is what they need and want. your thoughts on the narrative out there, that this is some big conspiracy and cover-up? >> you know, poppycock. how about that? this is a network that was convinced, convinced that mitt romney was going to win last tuesday. take it with a mound of salt. i think it's pretty clear and i wrote in my column for "the hill" about this this week. from the beginning they were more interested in figuring out how to use this to attack eric holder and the obama administration broadly? what's similar the way they deal with the benghazi situation, there really are significant, important questions that need to be asked. we shouldn't -- we need to separate that out from what is also just a very sad but all too common story about a man getting brought down by, you know, being distracted by a woman. >> the white house is supporting general allen, although his nomination of supreme allied commander is put on hold. what do you make of that? >> i think that's appropriate. there is an investigation going on at dod. let me speak more broadly. i actually talked to folks at the department of justice. the thing we have to remember is what we know now is not what they knew when they started the investigation. when they started the investigation, they didn't know what they had, and as facts unfolded, they decided to take sort of the next step. from everything we know at this point, people went up their chain of command, which ended with going to clapper who went to the white house and then to the president. the last interview actually with paula broadwell was the friday before the election. in terms of the timing and all of this kind of stuff, you know, again, i think that people who want to seek conspiracy theories will find them. >> the fact the white house is supporting allen, they must know that he is in the clear, and they are in safe territory because this could be a very dangerous position if there was some kind of wrongdoing that would be uncovered later on. >> you know, ed, i can tell you from my own experience working in the clinton administration, i take a slightly different view. that is that they -- he can't -- it would not be prudent to withdraw the nomination until you know wheat the facts are. >> they put it on hold. >> it's on hold while this investigation playing itself out, and that seems like the appropriate thing to do. we take it seriously and we're going to investigate. you know, i think it's important the president has made it clear he still stands by allen. >> i said in my opening to this story there's something bizarre here. here we go. the fbi agent that jill kelley first contacted reportedly sent shirtless photos of himself to jill kelley. >> yes. >> he's now a subject of an ethic inquiry over it that. the agent also contacted eric cantor about the investigation, because he believed the case had stalled to protect the president of the united states. >> right. >> partisanship taking place inside the fbi? is that a red flag? >> it is a red flag, and i mean, it certainly sounds like it. it certainly is disturbing and not, obviously, within -- there's a lot there that's wrong in terms of the protocols there. you know, i guess there's a question to be asked in terms of what eric cantor and i believe there's another republican, why gert, who was notified. they passed the information on to the fbi here. there's definitely some real questions about what was the motivation of that fbi agent in reporting that. >> what it comes down with the house and senate intel committee going to vet all of this with hearings, we're going to find out that the right wing is early terribly wrong or they were onto something? that's the way it's going to come down. >> and that maybe the investigation and everything that happened happened the way -- just as a reminder, the protocols in place at the department of justice, he reminded everybody of that under george bush. >> yes, he did. karen finney, thank you. there's a lot more in the next half hour of "the ed show." stay right with us. >> is traditional america gone for good? 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fine. want to abort a fetus? we'll drive you to the clinic. want to have a kid when you're 16? no problem at all. we'll support you. i believe the majority of american can be persuaded that the far left is a dangerous outfit bent on destroying traditional america and replacing it with dependence and poverty. >> all right, folks, give you a chance to consume that. if this sounds familiar, doggone it, it is. republicans like o'reilly have been trying to sell the same traditional america message for decades. >> don't look now, young man, but somebody has his hand in the pocket. it's the hand of big government. >> i ask you to join me in helping to restore the individual freedoms and initiatives this nation once knew. >> goldwater, nixon, reagan, bush, mccain and romney complained about big government. complained an awful lot about big government but supported laws against abortion, marriage and pot. it looks like republicans still haven't learned what real american values are after all. let's bring in joan walsh editor at large for salon.com and author of "what's the matter with white people." michael eric dyson is with us today from georgetown university. professor, you first. what are traditional american values. pretty generic question but pinpointing the answer was it. >> no doubt about it. i heard once a division that tradition is the living faith of dead men and women, and the traditional is the dead faith of living men and women. since he said traditional, it's the dead faith of men and women. this harkening back to a gold enera is predicated on the desire to control the president by pro jkting a past that never was what they claimed it was. when "father knew best" and american white men were at the helm of american society in television and beyond, women were abused and the silencing of minorities happened and there's an extraordinary inability of america to recognize freedom for everybody. for me, tradition is democracy, freedom, justice, equality, and the ability to project the best of the american spirit to the world. i believe in american traditions, just not the ones that bill o'reilly wants to celebrate. >> in your book you say ronald reagan lied about poverty so he could succeed. you wrote middle class folks didn't centhave to worry they w indulging resentment. they were doing it because those programs hurt poor people. reagan said so. do the republicans still believe this message? >> i don't know if they really believe it. i don't know if they care. they don't care about the poor, but they've been selling it for a long time, ed. i'm with michael. he is looking backwards to an america that wasn't as wonderful as he thinks, and he's becoming kind of like a glenn beck figure. he's really not leaving it alone. when he went here on election night, i thought maybe he'll get over it. the majority of americans voted for barack obama. we have values. the majority of catholics voted for barack obama. a vast majority of jews voted for president obama. he has a problem with white protestant southern evangelical people, but he doesn't have -- it's not his whole coalition is secular. we have values, too. >> professor, how can we not come to the conclusion that bill o'reilly thinks diversity is the root of all evil in america after listening to that? >> well, it's hard not to conclude that, because what is happening here is a kind of refrenchment, a kind of politics of panic and fear. it's not what we believed it to be. it's now how we believed it to be. it's not the kind of society we believed in because we don't see ourselves reflected in the broader society. it's a matter of trust. we don't trust these people. we don't know who barack obama is. they spent the last four years trying to define obama outside of the arc of american identity. they've tried to define african-american people, latinos, women, gay, lesbian people outside of the arc of america. guess what? after 2050 the majority of america will not be white. the majority of america will be diverse and not only racially but beliefs and ideas about what makes america great. you do not have a copyright on what it means to be an american. it means to be skeptical of those who claim that their variety of patriotism is the only route to redemption for america. i say open the doors, bring us your teaming masses, and allow the great ideals of the world to nourish american identity. >> joan, how insulting is it to voters that decided to vote for president obama on election day? >> it's deeply insulting. he's saying that we want stuff. that we're dependent. that we're lazy. the fact is, you know, bakz in the '60s and '70s and said love it or leave it. i want to say to them, america love it or be left behind. you don't love america if you can't embrace this change. you're going to be a very sad, grumpy old man, and you're going to turn out like bill o'reilly, and that's not pretty. >> great to have you with us tonight. thanks so much. >> thank you. >>> now that the election is over, donald trump has found yet a new target. i'll show you who it is next. stay with us. mr. margin? don't be modest, bob. you found a better way to pack a bowling ball. that was ups. and who called ups? you did, bob. i just asked a question. it takes a long time to pack a bowling ball. the last guy pitched more ball packers. but you... you consulted ups. you found a better way. that's logistics. that's margin. find out what else ups knows. i'll do that. you're on a roll. that's funny. i wasn't being funny, bob. i know. >>> welcome back, we love hearings from viewers on twitter and on facebook. many urge the president of the united states to stand strong on the fiscal cliff negotiations. ken says the republican plan for tax reform is to close middle class tax loopholes while leaving tax floodgates open for corporations. paul tells the president, you won big. don't be intimidated by the greedy gop leaders who have held the united states hostage. jamie from south carolina says, nominate united steelworkers president leo gerard, who was on the show last night for secretary of labor. i like that one. keep sharing your thoughts with us at ed show. coming up, the donald. backlash begins. over half a million people are calling on macy's to dump trump's products from their stores. all the details when we come back. stay with us. we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why, at liberty mutual insurance, auto policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what else comes standard at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? >>> birthism, sexism, climate change denial, twitter rants, you name it, all of those things i'm sure gets you in the christmas spirit. if so, macy's has the perfect product for you. the famed department store is feeling the heat after including professional troll donald trump in the store's new holiday ad campaign. check it out. >> what's with the get us, kriss kringle? >> i'm santa claus. >> let me see for myself. >> go ahead and pull it. >> get it, to macy's it's awful funny that trump is a bitter rt. he doesn't just harass the president of the united states, he questions if santa himself is telling the truth. over half a million customers are not laughing. they don't like it. that's how many people have signed a signon.org to stop features his products and featuring him in their ads. their statement reads, macy's says it has a strong obligation to be "socially responsible" and that "actions speak louder than words." indeed. it's time to act. the trump brand has lost all credibility and value. he's a national joke, and trump is one who really doesn't seem to get it at this point, does he? just watch the guy who talks tough on china pitching his clothing line on letterman. >> where are the shirts made? bangladesh. >> we employ people in bangladesh. >> these are beautiful ties. they're made where? china. ties are made in china. >> that's who macy's wants to represent their brand, but the power is in the hands of the consumer, and the number of petition signatures keeps on growing. what more could you want for christmas than trump-free tv? tonight in our survey, i asked you, who do you support in the fight over the fiscal cliff? 97% of you say president obama and the democrats, 3% say the republicans. coming up, republicans are so upset by president obama's win they're signing petitions to cede from union. author jim moore will tell us if they're serious down there in texas. ally bank. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? 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[ female announcer ] unlike sprays and dust rags, swiffer 360 dusters extender can clean hard to reach places in less time. swiffer. great clean in less time. or your money back. >>> the big finish tonight. thankz to president obama's re-election some republicans think the apocalypse is right around the corner, so they are reorganizing. it's gotten so bad residents in 40 states have started petitions to peacefully cede from the union. the petitions have been filed with the obama administration's we the people program. if a petition receives 25,000 signatures within 30 days, it will be reviewed by the white house and a response will be issued. so far texas, florida, georgia, and louisiana have all met the 25,000 mark. of course, the big winner is texas. over 84,000 people in texas have signed up to break way from the united states. as of tonight the white house has not issued a response to any of t of these petitions. rick perry has flirted with the idea of an independent texas in the past, but this time he's changed his tune. his office released a statement saying governor perry believes in the greatness of our union and nothing should be done to change it. but he also shares the frustrations many americans have with our federal government. really? believe it or not, it's good news for democrats that texas is sticking around, because it's slowly turning blue. texas has a large growing population of latinos and asian-americans who typically vote democratic. a study from the "houston chronicle" shows the number of texas democrats matching up with republicans around the year 2024. but former florida governor jeb bush has a faster timetable. he said last month, quote, four years from now, texas is going to be a so-called blue state. for more let's bring in jim moore, director of the progress texas pac and the author of the book "bush's brain." jim, good to have you back wow. >> hey, ed. >> how serious are these folks? are they signing a petition out of frustration, or do they really want to break away from the union and have america the way they wanted it? are they frustrated they lost the election, so damn it, we want our own country? how serious are they? >> i think they're serious, but every culture has its kind of whack jobs out on the periphery, and texas is no different. i will concede the point, however, that texas has more than our blessed boat load of net jobs who want to leave the nation. these are people who also claim to be patriots like rick perry and out of one side of their mouth they say they're patriots and out of the other side of their mouth they say they want to leave the united states of america. in the midst of all this, of course, rick perry changed his position on this because he has thp thin dream of running for president again, he is a guy who today sent out a dog whistle to all of the these people and said, i'm going to drug test everybody who wants to get social services from the state of texas, which is another way of saying, if you want to live in a refrigerator box and drink unsweetened kool-aid, you have to pass a drug test in the state of texas. it's a real deal. >> what's the mood among texas republicans right now? are they doing the whisper thing saying, maybe this isn't a bad idea? are they against it? >> nobody has publicly said anything about it, ed, from the party officially. i think that they have to do this deal where they walk align and stay away from this thing. but they believe in it, and they want to support these people and want to suggest, i think you're right. i think the president is crazy, but look, let's acknowledge what's really at work here in the subtext of this is race. people don't like the fact that there's an african-american in the white house. >> no doubt about it. okay. what happens to texas if it becomes a blue state? what does that do to the map and republican party if texas is the state of the other team? >> i think two things happen. first, in this congressional session if there isn't some compromise by the republican party and the people in
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Nov 29, 2012 7:00pm PST
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Nov 1, 2012 4:00am EDT
the nopsz, -- no spin zone, the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. threat from the far left over the presidential vote. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. in a moment, i will play you a political ad that's very hard to believe. it was financed by moveon.org, which has close ties to the democratic party. move on is financed by people like george soros. and is not a fringe group. it has plenty of money and has direct access to many liberal politicians. just one week before the presidential vote move on put out this ad on the net. >> i want the republic party to know if your voter suppression through the this beautiful country enables romney to oust barack obama, we will burn this mother [bleep] down. if the republics steal this election, i'm going to track down mitt romney and give him the world's biggest [bleep] punch. >> bill: that first woman who is swearing 97 years old. and that spot was helped out by our pal michael moore. so now, the far left is threatening violence if president obama loses the electi
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Nov 16, 2012 4:00am EST
" begins right now. hi. i'll bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. is the libyan situation another watergate? that is the subject of this evening's talk points memo. today on capitol hill, senate intelligence committee began hearings about the murder of the ambassador to libya and three other americans in benghazi on 9-11. as you may know, the obama administration will not define exactly what happened. the press has been largely negligent in pursuing the story. now the testimony is under oath, so it's serious. there are two ways this thing could go. first, into a watergate type spectacle with cover-ups and goh gus statements to the american people, or second. >> it could be a big nothing. a human error that spiraled out of control. the problem is compounded by the president's refusal to define anything. he continues to say there is an investigation, so he can't even give us basic facts like when prosecute you told, mr. president, about the attack in benghazi? an answer to that question cannot possibly impact any investigation, nevertheless, mr. obama refuses to provide it.
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